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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstressfulstress‧ful /ˈstresfəl/ ●○○ AWL adjective  WORRIEDa job, experience, or situation that is stressful makes you worry a lot Moving to a new house is a very stressful experience.
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stressfulLooking after small children can be very stressful.It starts with, who do I call, and becomes very complex and very stressful.For many people a confrontation may be too stressful and uncomfortable.What's the most stressful aspect of your job?Often they result from particularly stressful circumstances but they may simply be a moment of carelessness.Representatives from out-patient teams played a more active part in stressful daily decisions about child care management.Together with Feeley and Lleland-Clanahan arrived shortly-we watched the events of that stressful day unfold on television.Keeping the whole thing a secret is obviously very stressful for her.Hotel managers must be able to get along with all kinds of people, even in stressful situations.It was a stressful time for the whole family.Relationships grow stressful when managers and subordinates bump elbows, so to speak within the same frame of reference.
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