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stress
strɛs
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. The relative prominence of a syllable or musical note (especially with regard to stress or pitch).
  2. Force that produces strain on a physical body.
  3. A state of mental or emotional strain or suspense.
  4. Difficulty that causes worry or emotional tension.
  5. Special emphasis attached to something.
(动) As a verb
  1. Put stress on; utter with an accent.
  2. To stress, single out as important.
  3. Test the limits of.
Hyphenationstress
Part of Speech(名) noun, (及物的动) transitive verb
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压力yālìpressure
紧迫jǐnpòpressing; urgent
强调qiángdiàoto emphasize (a statement); to stress
重音zhòngyīnaccent (of a word); stress (on a syllable)
重点chóngdiǎnto recount (e.g. results of election); to re-evaluate
重点zhòngdiǎnimportant point; main point; focus; key (project etc); to focus on; to put the emphasis on
应力yìnglìstress (physics)
着重zhuózhòngto put emphasis on; to stress
重读zhòngdústress (on a syllable)
讲求jiǎngqiúto stress; to emphasize; particular about something; to strive for
重音节zhòngyīn jiéaccented syllable; stress
着重于zhuózhòng yúto emphasize; to stress
hòuthick; deep or profound; kind; generous; rich or strong in flavor; to favor; to stress
压迫yāpòto oppress; to repress; to constrict; oppression; stress (physics)
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