pressured


pressured
'preʃə(r)d adj. under pressure, stressed pres·sure || 'preʃə(r) n. exertion of force, compression, application of weight; weight, burden, encumbrance v. apply force or weight, push, stress

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • pressured — UK [ˈpreʃə(r)d] US [ˈpreʃərd] adjective worried because you have a lot of problems or responsibilities Thesaurus: feeling worried and nervoussynonym …   Useful english dictionary

  • pressured — pres|sured [ˈpreʃəd US ərd] adj feeling worried, or making you feel worried, because of the number of things you have to do British Equivalent: pressurized ▪ a highly pressured job …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • pressured — adjective feeling worried, or making you feel worried because of the number of things you have to do; pressurized (2) BrE: This is the most pressured job I ve ever had …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • pressured — pres|sured [ preʃərd ] adjective worried because you have a lot of problems or responsibilities …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • pressured — adj 1. tense, harried, full of stress, taxed, tired; burdened, troubled, put upon, weighted down, dragged down, overworked. 2. oppressed, persecuted, subjugated, enslaved; harassed, tormented, intimidated, browbeaten; bribed, blackmailed, bought …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • pressured — UK [ˈpreʃə(r)d] / US [ˈpreʃərd] adjective worried because you have a lot of problems or responsibilities …   English dictionary

  • pressured — [ˈpreʃəd] adj worried because you have a lot of problems or responsibilities …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • pressured speech — noun speech that is pressured, as in pressure of speech …   Wiktionary

  • pressured speech — logorrhea …   Medical dictionary

  • breathed down his neck — pressured him, placed stress on him …   English contemporary dictionary