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stress /stres/ noun
stress verb [transitive]

تنش ، تلاش ، فشار روانی (استرس) ، فشار ، تقلا ، قوت ، اهمیت ، مضیقه ، سختی ، پریشان کردن ، مالیات زیادبستن ، تاکید کردن ، علوم مهندسی: فشار اوردن بر ، کامپیوتر: یک زبان مسئله گرا برای حل مسائل بنیادی مهندسی ، الکترونیک: بار ، عمران: تنش ، معماری: خستگی ، شیمی: بار ، روانشناسی: فشار روانی ، ورزش: تنش جسمانی - روانی ، علوم هوایی: تنش ، علوم دریایی: تنش
الکترونیک: یک زبان مسیله گرا برای حل مسایل بنیادی مهندسی ، کامپیوتر: تنش ، بار ، شیمی: تنش جسمانی - روانی ، تربیت بدنی: تنش ، فشار اوردن بر ، علوم مهندسی: تنش ، علوم دریایی: تنش ، هواپیمایی: تنش ، تلاش ، خستگی ، معماری: تنش ، عمران: فشار روانی ، استرس ، : روانشناسی: بار ، الکترونیک: فشار، تقلا، قوت ، اهمیت ، تاکید، مضیقه ، سختی ، پریشان کردن ، مالیات زیادبستن ، تاکید کردنیک زبان مسیله گرا برای حل مسایل بنیادی مهندسی ، کامپیوتر: تنش ، بار ، شیمی: تنش جسمانی - روانی ، تربیت بدنی: تنش ، فشار اوردن بر ، علوم مهندسی: تنش ، علوم دریایی: تنش ، هواپیمایی: تنش ، تلاش ، خستگی ، معماری: تنش ، عمران: فشار روانی ، استرس ، : روانشناسی: بار ، الکترونیک: فشار، تقلا، قوت ، اهمیت ، تاکید، مضیقه ، سختی ، پریشان کردن ، مالیات زیادبستن ، تاکید کردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- strain, anxiety, burden, pressure, tension, trauma, worry
- emphasis, force, significance, weight
- accent, accentuation, beat, emphasis
- emphasize, accentuate, dwell on, underline
Related Words: pinch, burden, weight, import, importance
English Thesaurus: emphasize, stress, highlight, underline/underscore, accentuate, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. stress1 S3 W3 AC /stres/ noun
[Word Family: adjective: stressed, stressful; verb: stress; noun: stress]
[Date: 1300-1400; Origin: distress]

1. WORRY [uncountable and countable] continuous feelings of worry about your work or personal life, that prevent you from relaxing ⇒ strain:
Your headaches are due to stress.
Janet’s been under a lot of stress since her mother’s illness.
all the stresses of public life
A lot of illnesses are stress-related.

2. FORCE [uncountable and countable] the physical force or pressure on an object:
Shoes with high heels put a great deal of stress on knees and ankles.

3. IMPORTANCE [uncountable] the special attention or importance given to a particular idea, fact, or activity Synonym : emphasis
put/lay stress on something
Pugh laid particular stress on the need for discipline.

4. WORD/MUSIC [uncountable and countable] the degree of force or loudness with which a part of a word is pronounced or a note in music is played, which makes it sound stronger than other parts or notes

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. stress2 S3 W3 AC verb [transitive]
[Word Family: adjective: stressed, stressful; verb: stress; noun: stress]

1. to emphasize a statement, fact, or idea
stress that
The report stressed that student math skills need to improve.
Crawford stressed the need for more housing downtown.
She stressed the importance of a balanced diet.

2. to pronounce a word or part of a word so that it sounds louder or more forceful:
The word ‘machine’ is stressed on the second syllable.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. state of tension
ADJ. acute, considerable, extreme, great, high, severe Separation is a time of high emotional stress.
excessive | greater, increased | low | daily the daily stress of teaching
emotional, mental, psychological, social | economic, financial The high mortgage payments put them under severe financial stress.
QUANT. level Many workers experience a high level of stress in their daily life.
VERB + STRESS cause, create A divorce causes children great emotional stress.
avoid, remove | add to, increase | reduce, relieve | be under, experience, have, suffer (from) He's been under a lot of stress lately.
cope with, handle, manage, stand, take He's had to give up his job as leader of the project?he just couldn't take the stress.
STRESS + VERB bring sth about/on an illness brought on by stress
STRESS + NOUN level high stress levels
control, management Staff are encouraged to go on stress management courses.
PREP. under ~ He broke under stress and had to leave.
PHRASES a source of stress An overcrowded workplace can be a major source of stress.
a symptom of stress Tiredness is one of the most common symptoms of stress.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. emphasis that shows importance
ADJ. enormous, great | particular, special | equal | undue
VERB + STRESS lay, place, put I must lay great stress on the need for secrecy.
PREP. with the ~ on a study of child development, with the stress on acquisition of social skills
~ on There's been a lot of stress on getting drug sellers off the streets.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

III. emphasis on a word, syllable, etc.
ADJ. main, major, primary, strong | secondary, weak | sentence, word
VERB + STRESS carry, have, take Italian words usually have the main stress on the penultimate syllable in the word. The first syllable takes the stress.
place, put | mark Mark the primary stress in each word.
STRESS + VERB fall, go Where does the stress fall in ‘psychological’?
STRESS + NOUN mark | pattern
PREP. ~ on There's a stress on the second syllable.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

IV. physical force
ADJ. enormous, high | low | constant | equal There is equal stress on all parts of the structure.
VERB + STRESS exert, set up The tower exerts an enormous stress on the walls. The movements set up stresses in the earth's crust.
apply, put, subject sth to Stress is applied to the wood to make it bend. Standing all day puts stress on your feet. The buttresses are subjected to constant stress.
bear, take, withstand | increase, reduce | transfer, transmit | calculate Engineers calculated the stresses borne by each of the bridge supports.
PREP. under ~ Some woods warp under stress.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. heavily, strongly He stressed the point very strongly that all these services cost money.
constantly, continually, repeatedly She has constantly stressed the government's poor record in this area.
rightly Doctors have rightly stressed the importance of exercise.
VERB + STRESS can only, must I must stress that we still know very little about this disease.
tend to Private schools tend to stress the more academic subjects.
be anxious to, be at pains to, be careful to, be keen to She is at pains to stress the cultural differences between the two countries.
be important to
PHRASES be worth stressing sth It is worth stressing that this was only a relatively small survey.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


suffer from stress
If you are suffering from stress, you may be more likely to become ill.
cause stress
Moving house often causes stress.
cope with/deal with stress
People find different ways of dealing with stress.
reduce/relieve stress
Don’t resort to alcohol to relieve your stress.
Staff experienced considerable stress as a result of the changes.
mental/emotional stress
It was a time of great emotional stress for me.
be under stress
She's been under a lot of stress lately.
a cause of stress
Balancing work and family is the main cause of stress for many people.
signs/symptoms/effects of stress
Headaches, migraines, and irritability are all signs of stress.
The effects of stress are subtle and sometimes difficult to see.
sb’s stress level (also sb’s level of stress)
Exercise reduces stress levels.
stresses and strains (=a lot of different worries that are caused by something)
the stresses and strains of everyday life
stress management
Some patients may benefit from being taught stress management skills.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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