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Stress (ខ្មែរ ~ English និងសំឡេង)

Stress



noun
1.
(បច្ចេកទេស) សម្ពាធ ការសង្កត់ធ្ងន់
2.
(Emphasis, the extra force used in speaking a particular syllable or word, strain, urgency, pressure, etc) ការបង្ខំ, អនុភាព, ភាពមាំរឺជាប់, ឥទ្ធិពល, ការប៉ិនប្រសប់, អំណាច, ការខំប្រឹង, សង្កត់រឺគាប, អំពើកម្រោល, ការបំពាបំពាន, ការគំរាម (ដើម្បីបង្ខំអោយធ្វើអ្វីមួយ)
Example: He feels that there is not enough stress on drama at the school.lay stress on ការបញ្ជាក់, mental stress ភាពតានតឹង
3.
(PHYSICS) តំណឹង (ដំណើរតឹង)
4.
(PHONETIC) Primary stress ការសង្កត់សំឡេង
verb
1.
បញ្ជាក់, សង្កត់ធ្ងន់
2.
(TRANSITIVE) (To emphasize, to give stress to, to put pressure or strain on) ទំហឹង
Example: In saying the word "kitten" we stress the first syllable, The rafters in the building are under constant stress. stress a fact FA stress a syllable សង្កត់សំឡេង, stress materials ធ្វើឱ្យតឹង (ដូចដាក់ទម្ងន់សង្កត់)
  • lay stress on
    - សង្កត់ធ្ងន់ទៅលើ
  • stress fracture
    - ការបាក់ឆ្អឹងដោយប្រើកំលាំងហួសហេតុដូចជាក្នុងកីឡាប្រភេទខ្លះ
  • stress incontinence
    - ស្រីដែលចេញនោមនៅពេលក្អក ឬសើច
ENGLISH MEANING
noun
1.
Pressure, strain; -- used chiefly of immaterial things; except in mechanics; hence, urgency; importance; weight; significance.
2.
The force, or combination of forces, which produces a strain; force exerted in any direction or manner between contiguous bodies, or parts of bodies, and taking specific names according to its direction, or mode of action, as thrust or pressure, pull or tension, shear or tangential stress.
3.
Force of utterance expended upon words or syllables. Stress is in English the chief element in accent and is one of the most important in emphasis.
4.
Distress; the act of distraining; also, the thing distrained.
verb
1.
(TRANSITIVE) To press; to urge; to distress; to put to difficulties.
2.
(TRANSITIVE) To subject to stress, pressure, or strain.
3.
(TRANSITIVE) To subject to phonetic stress; to accent.
4.
(TRANSITIVE) To place emphasis on; to make emphatic; emphasize.
1.
accent, compulsion, constraint, distress, exigency, force, hurry, importance, influence, press, pressure, significance, strain, tension, urgency
1.
ease, lenience, recreation
1.
Distress