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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Air
pressurizedpres‧sur‧ized (also pressurised British English) /ˈpreʃəraɪzd/ adjective  1 TTAHif a container or space is pressurized, the air, gas, or liquid inside it is kept at a controlled pressure a pressurized aircraft cabin a pressurized water reactor2 British EnglishBUSY/HAVE A LOT TO DO feeling worried, or making you feel worried, because of the number of things you have to do syn pressured I feel very pressurized at the moment.
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pressurizedThe dolphins were trained to use pressurized canisters to shoot intruders with a.45 calibre bullets at point-blank range.Without his pressurized flying suit, the supreme aerial technology of the MiG was useless, utterly wasted.But don't feel pressurized to cut down or give up if you are feeding more often.
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