pent up

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pent up

adj pred, pent-up
adj attr person (with frustration, anger) → geladen pred; (after traumatic experience) → aufgewühlt; (= nervous, excited)innerlich angespannt; emotions, passion, excitementaufgestaut; (Econ) demandrege, lebhaft; she had been very pent upes hatte sich alles in ihr gestaut; pent-up feelingsein Emotionsstau m, → angestaute Gefühle pl
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Why were they keeping him pent up in this narrow crate?
Summary: Pent up volatility could lead to breakouts and trend reversals depending on what happens at the G20 summit and with the ECB rate decision.
Given the current supply and demand dynamics, where supply is not expected to catch up with demand - both pent up and new - over the next 18 to 24 months at least, prices and rents are expected to continue to rise in all the real estate segments over the short to medium term.
Andrew Greenspan, Principal of GHP Office Realty, commented, "Despite all the development, downtown Princeton remains a special place with significant pent up demand.
Pent up in their homes, Scouts are getting creative and drawing up phone lists to meet sales goals, Merians said.
Verdict: Michael should release his pent up yang energy by doing some kick boxing.
com, AFGP has a patented process for recycling fiberglass for which there is a worldwide, pent up demand.
Despite all the development in the general vicinity, downtown Princeton remains a special place with significant pent up demand.
We have seen pent up demand for prospect demonstrations of our SUT from fleet buyers, and we are now ready to start these.
Since there is tremendous pent up demand for quality new space in the region, we anticipate very strong tenant interest for Wall Business Center II.
It makes eminent sense for rural areas and those countries with huge pent up demand for basic telephone services.
Higher than anticipated fourth quarter profits in the corporate sector, increased consumer confidence, an up-surge in home sales and a pent up demand for big ticket items are all indicative of a healthier economy, and when the economy is strong, rates go up," says Bitton, who notes that increases were most evident in long-term interest rates.