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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpressuredpres‧sured /ˈpreʃəd $ -ərd/ adjective  WORRIEDfeeling worried, or making you feel worried, because of the number of things you have to do syn pressurized British English a highly pressured job
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pressuredHe wore a formal suit and had the pressured air of some one who had been side-tracked from an important engagement.In interview, he is exposed, pressured and forced to qualify everything.She felt pressured and persuaded her clients to sell out of stocks they'd picked up from various licensed dealers.Their speech becomes pressured and they may answer questions at great length.I've been feeling pretty pressured at work recently.You want to enjoy food, not to feel pressured into eating prescribed foods at prescribed times.Jim sacrificed a television career to be his own boss at a less pressured job.Nevertheless, out of necessity, to help the adviser feel less pressured, some bureaux do run partial appointment systems.
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