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3 Translation results for stress in Spanish

noun | verb | sustantivo

stress noun

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tensión (en un material); énfasis, acento (en lingüística); tensión (nerviosa), estrés
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Stress can be bad for your health.

Example sentences of
stress noun

  • She uses meditation as a way of reducing stress.
  • Hormones are released into the body in response to emotional stress.
  • She is dealing with the stresses of working full-time and going to school.
  • He talked about the stresses and strains of owning a business.
  • Carrying a heavy backpack around all day puts a lot of stress on your shoulders and back.
  • To reduce the amount of stress on your back, bend your knees when you lift something heavy.
  • The ship's mast snapped under the stress of high winds.
  • measuring the effects of stresses on the material

Synonyms of
stress noun

Detailed synonyms for stress noun

Stress, strain, pressure, tension significan la acción o el efecto de una fuerza ejercida sobre o dentro de una cosa.
  • Stress y strain son los términos más inclusivos, y se aplican a una fuerza que tiende a deformar un cuerpo <the weight of the snow put stress on the roof> <the bridge collapsed under the tremendous strain of the impact>.
  • Pressure se aplica generalmente a una tensión producida por la acción de poner peso sobre una superficie o de empujar contra ella <normal atmospheric pressure>.
  • Tension se aplica a cualquiera de las dos fuerzas equilibradoras que causan o tienden a causar el alargamiento de un cuerpo elástico, o bien puede aplicarse a la rigidez que resulta en el cuerpo <tested the tension of the ropes>.

stress verb

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stressed, has stressed, is stressing, stresses
someter a tensión (física); enfatizar, recalcar

Example sentences of
stress verb

  • The union stressed the need for stricter safety standards.
  • The risks involved in the procedure should be stressed.
  • Some people stress the second syllable of “harassment,” while others stress the first.
  • When she said, “We need lots of money,” she stressed the word “lots.”
  • It's not an important decision and it isn't worth stressing over.
  • Some people stress the second syllable of "harassment," while others stress the first.
  • When she said, "We need lots of money," she stressed the word "lots."

Synonyms of
stress verb

stress sustantivo


Phrasal verbs for stress

Related phrases for stress

Reverse translation for stress

tensión  (en un material) - tension, tautness, stress, strain 
énfasis  - emphasis 
acento  (en lingüística) - accent, stress, emphasis 
tensión  (nerviosa) - tension, tautness, stress, strain 
estrés  - stress 
someter a tensión  (física)
enfatizar  - to emphasize 
recalcar  - to emphasize, to stress 
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