English to Lithuanian Meaning :: strain

Strain :
padermė
įtempti, deformuoti, persistengti, siekti, ištempti, patempti, nuvarginti, veržtis, persitempti, piktnaudžiauti, suspausti, prispausti, košti, filtruoti, įsitempti, iškreipti, sunkti, apkabintipadermė, veislė, įtampa, atmaina, krūvis, deformacija, patempimas, apkrova, įtempimas, giminė, stilius, įsitempimas, įsiręžimas, tonas, maniera, būdas, kilmė, ištempimas - padermėpadermėdirbtiniskiaurasamtiskoštuvaisunkimaspadermės
 
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Noun(1) (physics) deformation of a physical body under the action of applied forces(2) Difficulty that causes worry or emotional tension(3) A succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence(4) (psychology) nervousness resulting from mental stress(5) A special variety of domesticated animals within a species(6) (biology) a group of organisms within a species that differ in trivial ways from similar groups(7) A lineage or race of people(8) Injury to a muscle (often caused by overuse)(9) Alter the shape of (something) by stress(10) Pain(11) Due to exertion(12) Ancestry(13) Suggestion(14) Hint(15) Melody
Verb(1) Test the limits of(2) Use to the utmost; exert vigorously or to full capacity(3) Separate by passing through a sieve or other straining device to separate out coarser elements(4) Cause to be tense and uneasy or nervous or anxious(5) Become stretched or tense or taut(6) Remove by passing through a filter(7) Rub through a strainer or process in an electric blender(8) Alter the shape of (something(9) Stretch(10) Often to limit(11) Work very hard(12) Filter(13) Cause mental stress

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(1) This has put a strain on our long-distant communication.(2) Durcan has a groin strain , while Brehony is troubled by a hamstring injury.(3) Remove from the heat and strain the mixture through a fine mesh sieve into a bowl.(4) Repetitive strain injuries are thought to be the result of tasks such as typing or even picking up the phone repeatedly.(5) The social fabric is already showing signs of strain .(6) Just casting it once can be a real strain on the body.(7) It appears that the strain on his body was too much, and that restricting himself to one day games was all he had the strength and fitness to do.(8) Anyone who forgot to bring the radio had to stand or strain themselves to listen to the game on somebody else's radio.(9) After two hours, carefully strain the oil by using unbleached muslin (usually available at fabric stores).(10) The telltale signs of nervous strain(11) Strain the custard into a bowl(12) Remove from the heat and serve as it is or strain the leaves and potato into a food processor.(13) Normally HIV can take up to 10 years before it develops into Aids, but the new strain damages the immune system at a far greater rate, so it becomes Aids within a couple of months.(14) What about the strain of radical feminism in the current government and the attitudes they create?(15) Aluminum may bend under strain(16) Once the concentration is strong, strain the mixture, then place strips of paper in the water and simmer until most of the water is evaporated.
Related Words
(1) to strain ::
padermė
(2) strain gauge ::
įtempio matuoklis
(3) strain energy ::
deformacijos energija
(4) tensile strain ::
tempimo deformacijos
(5) strain hardening ::
padermės grūdinimas
(6) mental strain ::
protine įtampa
(7) emotional strain ::
emocinis padermės
Synonyms
Noun
1. tension ::
įtampa
2. injury ::
sužalojimas
3. pressure ::
slėgis
4. stress ::
stresas
5. sound ::
garsas
6. variety ::
įvairovė
7. descent ::
nusileidimas
8. tendency ::
tendencija
9. element ::
elementas
10. song ::
daina
11. stock ::
ištekliai
13. mental strain ::
protine įtampa
15. form ::
forma
16. tenor ::
tenoras
17. melody ::
melodija
Verb
18. overtax ::
per daug apkrauti
19. injure ::
sužeisti
20. struggle ::
kova
22. pull ::
traukti
23. clasp ::
sagtis
24. sieve ::
sietas
25. tense ::
įtempti
26. distort ::
iškreipti
27. filter ::
filtras
28. strive ::
siekti
29. try ::
bandyti
30. extend ::
išplėsti
31. puree ::
tyrė
Antonyms
1. Relax
  
2. Health
  
3. Wellness
  
4. Compress
  
5. Concentrate
  
6. Idle
  
7. Laze
  
8. Rest
  
9. Calm
  
10. Placate
  
11. Soothe
  
Different Forms
strain, strained, strainer, strainers, straining, strains
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