de-stress

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de-stress

or de·stress (dē′strĕs′, dĕ′-)
intr.v. de-stressed, de-stress·ing, de-stress·es or de·stressed or de·stress·ing or de·stress·es
To relieve one's stress or tension; relax: "After days like that, she'd go home and de-stress by playing video games" (Kristin Henderson).

de-stress

vb
to become or cause to become less stressed or anxious
Translations

de-stress

destress [diːˈstrɛs]
vidéstresser
vtdéstresser
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Jim, 43, of Lanark, said: "The Carr system teaches you how to expose the tricks you play on yourself surrounding smoking - that it helps you relax, concentrate and feel de-stressed.
By the time you get home you are completely de-stressed and it helps beat the credit crunch as I'm not using any petrol.
Do you spend days off fretting overwork, and often find by the time you've unwound and de-stressed your holiday is over?
Do you spend days-off fretting over work and often find by the time you've unwound and de-stressed your holiday is over?
Do you spend days off fretting over work, and often find by the time you've unwound and de-stressed your holiday is over?
gt;> Do you spend days-off fretting over work, and often find by the time you've unwound and de-stressed your holiday is over?
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You get a glimpse of how lovely England must have been 50 years ago, how much nicer people must have been to each other, and how de-stressed life was.
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