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stress·ful

 (strĕs′fəl)
adj.
Full of or tending to cause stress.

stress′ful·ly adv.
stress′ful·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.stressful - extremely irritating to the nervesstressful - extremely irritating to the nerves; "nerve-racking noise"; "the stressful days before a war"; "a trying day at the office"
disagreeable - not to your liking; "a disagreeable situation"

stressful

adjective worrying, anxious, tense, trying, hard, taxing, demanding, wearing, tough, draining, exhausting, exacting, traumatic, agitating, nerve-racking I think I've got one of the most stressful jobs there is.
Translations
stresový
stressende
stressaava
stresan
ストレスの多い
스트레스를 주는
stressig
ตึงเครียด
gây căng thẳng

stressful

[ˈstresfʊl] ADJ [job] → estresante, que produce tensión nerviosa

stressful

[ˈstrɛsfəl] adj [job, situation, experience, meeting] → stressant(e)stress mark n (showing intonation)accent m

stressful

adjanstrengend, stressig; a stressful situationeine angespannte Lage

stressful

[ˈstrɛsfʊl] adj (job) → difficile, stressante

stressful

مُسَبِبُ التَوَتُّر stresový stressende stressig αγχωτικός estresante stressaava stressant stresan stressante ストレスの多い 스트레스를 주는 zenuwslopend stresset stresujący desgastante стрессовый stressig ตึงเครียด gerginlik yaratıcı gây căng thẳng 产生压力的

stressful

adj estresante
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