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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
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de-stress

destress [diːˈstrɛs]
vidéstresser
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