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battle fatigue

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbattle fatigueˈbattle faˌtigue noun [uncountable] old-fashioned  MIMPa type of mental illness caused by the frightening experiences of war, in which someone feels very anxious and upset
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battle fatigueIf battle fatigue sets in, Mr Biedenkopf may have reason for optimism.A lifeless performance left manager Lennie Lawrence wondering whether his players are suffering battle fatigue after a hectic cup-and-league programme.
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