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stress

美 [stres] 英 [stres]
  • n.强调;压力;重读;【物】应力
  • v.强调;压;用重音读
  • 网络强调说;压力大;紧迫
复数:stresses  过去分词:stressed  现在分词:stressing  
  • lay stress,reduce stress,relieve stress,put stress,stress importance
  • additional stress,great stress,principal stress,constant stress,acute stress
  • n.
  • strain,anxiety,worry,tension,trauma
  • v.
  • emphasize,lay emphasis on,underline,underscore,accentuate
  • 1.

    加压力[应力]于,压,压迫

    2.

    受力

    3.

    强调;突出;着重于

    4.

    着重,强调,加重语气说

    5.

    用重音读

    6.

    辩解

    7.

    胁强

    1.

    加压力[应力]于,压,压迫

    2.

    受力

    3.

    强调;突出;着重于

    4.

    着重,强调,加重语气说

    5.

    用重音读

    6.

    辩解

    7.

    胁强

    1.

    〔物〕强度;内应力

    2.

    挣扎;烦恼;逆境因素;应激环境

    3.

    〔生〕拥挤;〔植〕胁迫

    4.

    压力,压迫,紧迫,紧张

    5.

    压力;心情紧张;使人紧张的情况

    6.

    分量;权力

    7.

    重要(性),重点,强调

    8.

    干旱

    9.

    【物理学】应力;胁强,重力

    10.

    【语音】重音;重读;【诗】扬音;语势,着重点

    1.

    〔物〕强度;内应力

    2.

    挣扎;烦恼;逆境因素;应激环境

    3.

    〔生〕拥挤;〔植〕胁迫

    4.

    压力,压迫,紧迫,紧张

    5.

    压力;心情紧张;使人紧张的情况

    6.

    分量;权力

    7.

    重要(性),重点,强调

    8.

    干旱

    9.

    【物理学】应力;胁强,重力

    10.

    【语音】重音;重读;【诗】扬音;语势,着重点

    1.

    to place emphasis on or attach importance to something

    2.

    to pronounce a word or syllable more loudly or forcefully than those surrounding it

    3.

    to cause somebody or something to experience mental, emotional, or physical stress

    4.

    to emphasize something such as an idea, fact, or detail

    5.

    to be worried or nervous

    1.

    to place emphasis on or attach importance to something

    2.

    to pronounce a word or syllable more loudly or forcefully than those surrounding it

    3.

    to cause somebody or something to experience mental, emotional, or physical stress

    4.

    to emphasize something such as an idea, fact, or detail

    5.

    to be worried or nervous

    1.

    mental, emotional, or physical strain caused, e.g. by anxiety or overwork. It may cause such symptoms as raised blood pressure or depression.

    2.

    something that causes stress

    3.

    special emphasis, importance, or significance attached to something

    4.

    the emphasis placed on a sound or syllable by pronouncing it more loudly or forcefully than those surrounding it in the same word or phrase

    5.

    the emphasis placed on a syllable or word as part of the rhythm of a poem or line of poetry

    6.

    the emphasis placed on a note as part of the rhythm of a piece of music, or a mark representing this

    7.

    a force or system of forces exerted on a body and resulting in deformation or strain

    8.

    a worried or nervous feeling that stops you relaxing, caused, for example, by pressure at work or financial or personal problems

    9.

    special importance given to something so that you pay more attention to it

    10.

    physical pressure put on something that can make it change its shape or break

    1.

    mental, emotional, or physical strain caused, e.g. by anxiety or overwork. It may cause such symptoms as raised blood pressure or depression.

    2.

    something that causes stress

    3.

    special emphasis, importance, or significance attached to something

    4.

    the emphasis placed on a sound or syllable by pronouncing it more loudly or forcefully than those surrounding it in the same word or phrase

    5.

    the emphasis placed on a syllable or word as part of the rhythm of a poem or line of poetry

    6.

    the emphasis placed on a note as part of the rhythm of a piece of music, or a mark representing this

    7.

    a force or system of forces exerted on a body and resulting in deformation or strain

    8.

    a worried or nervous feeling that stops you relaxing, caused, for example, by pressure at work or financial or personal problems

    9.

    special importance given to something so that you pay more attention to it

    10.

    physical pressure put on something that can make it change its shape or break

    1.

    structural engineering system solver

    语法用例

    例句1:

    He stresses that weapons are the only major issue, since the allies are providing enough help from the air.

    他强调说,武器是唯一主要的问题,因为盟国正从空中提供足够的帮助。

    例句2:

    Furiously they told him that the administration had no understanding of the realities, demands and stresses of military life.

    他们告诉他疯狂政府曾知道现实,要求军队生活的应力和变形。

    例句3:

    This was not a situation where the geophysical stresses were ratcheting up in a sequence that demands release.

    这是不是地球物理强调棘轮在一个序列中,要求释放的情况。

    例句4:

    This book stresses there is a primary school_and_a girl in the story The story took place in Tokyo before the end of World War II.

    这本书讲的是一所小学和在那里上学的一个女孩子的真实故事,故事就发生在第二次世界大战结束前的东京。

    例句5:

    The magnitudes of the shearing stresses and bending stresses vary along the length of the beam and with distance from the neutral axis .

    剪切应力和弯曲应力的大小沿着梁的长度方向发生变化,并与到中性轴的距离有关。

    例句6:

    The interest- rate benchmark would be set over a long period, so it would not be unduly influenced by immediate market stresses.

    利率将以长期水平为基准,以防止受短期市场波动的过多影响。

    例句7:

    But, as Hand stresses, even a partial similarity is valuable in the absence of any other long term data.

    但是,正如汉德所强调的,在缺乏长期数据的情况下,即便是部分的相似也是有价值的。

    例句8:

    WordPress stresses that code and style files should validate and be laid out with a lot of tabs so they are easy to read.

    WordPress强调代码和样式文件应该有效,使用大量标签设计,这样它们容易阅读。

    例句9:

    In relation to this point, the stresses were firmly held under control during the whole course of the tests.

    对于这一点,在全部试验过程中应力都保持严格控制。

    例句10:

    In terms of poetry creation, it stresses upon all-round probes, especially that of understanding of relation of feelings and scenes.

    在诗文创作方面,注重多方面的探讨,尤其深于对情景关系的认识。