Traducción de fatigue en Español:

fatigue

fatiga, n.

Pronunciación /fəˈtiːɡ//fəˈtiɡ/

nombre

  • 1

    • 1.1(tiredness, strain)

      fatiga femenino
      cansancio masculino
      physical/mental fatigue fatiga física/mental
      • Symptoms of hepatitis include chronic fatigue and liver problems.
      • Eventually fatigue overtook my body, and I knew it was time to stop.
      • This can cause a person to experience physical fatigue, along with mental fogginess, difficulty in concentrating, and dullness of the mind.
      • So often one hears of driver fatigue being the cause of extremely serious accidents.
      • Research shows that driver fatigue is a factor in approximately 25 % of all accidents on motorways and trunk roads.
      • Even so, the job saps the vitality, and a referee gets mental fatigue as well as physical.
      • You should also be aware of the increased fatigue associated with this transition.
      • Other medical conditions can cause extreme fatigue or changes in appetite and sleep.
      • The risk factors associated with unexplained fatigue were no different from those associated with cognitive symptoms or unexplained musculoskeletal complaints.
      • According to research, drivers aged under 30 are most likely to be affected by driver fatigue.
      • A 75-year-old man was evaluated for unexplained chronic fatigue, lethargy, and weight loss.
      • Her first patient of the day was on thyroid replacement but continued to experience chronic fatigue and lack of energy.
      • Caffeine prevents mental and physical fatigue by blocking receptors that notify the brain of low energy levels.
      • Two major causes of premature fatigue during exercise are dehydration and carbohydrate depletion.
      • The symptoms of this illness were excessive physical fatigue, inability to concentrate, and an unwillingness to eat or drink.
      • Sleepiness and fatigue can affect physical and mental capabilities to perform at safe levels.
      • There are different kinds of fatigue associated with cancer therapies.
      • But a critical distinction needs to be drawn between physical and mental fatigue.
      • Throughout the ordeal, Crystal experienced severe fatigue, nausea and weight loss.
      • It is characterised by overwhelming mental and physical fatigue accompanied by a wide range of other symptoms.

    • 1.2(weakness in metal)

      fatiga femenino
      • If inappropriately sized, the fasteners can suffer metal fatigue leading to structural failure.
      • But, the pistol is 62 years old, and metal fatigue sets in after a while.
      • The fatigue properties of metals are quite structure-sensitive.
      • Engineers have also been looking at the threat of lightning, metal fatigue and noise.
      • The children don't know anything about metal fatigue, turbulence, and mid-air collisions.
      • Metal fatigue is one concern, damage incurred during liftoff is another.
      • The procedures for applying these methods of analysis to the determination of the fatigue limit have been well established.
      • That along with corrosion and metal fatigue cased the bridge to fail.
      • Slip bands have been observed at stresses below the fatigue limit of ferrous materials.
      • The spar had actually twisted as a result of metal fatigue and failure.
      • Nearly complete elimination of inclusions by vacuum melting produces a considerable increase in the transverse fatigue limit.
      • However, we're close to the limit in terms of metal fatigue and durability.
      • It seems that the cause of the stirrup breaking was either metal fatigue or some manufacturing defect.
      • Sunlight provides the necessary heat, and metal fatigue and design imperfections make the tracks more malleable.
      • There is evidence of significant metal fatigue damage to the rails in the vicinity
      • Investigators said the fatigue cracks on the planes that crashed were confined to the wing structures.
      • Unfortunately, metal fatigue kept causing it to crash.
      • Energy from the magnet is designed to elongate the atoms in the clubface, deterring metal fatigue and strengthening the face.

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    • 2.1Militar
      (menial work)

      faena femenino
      fajina femenino Río de la Plata
      to be on fatigues hacer faenas
      • before noun fatigue dress
      • When they were not performing work fatigues or training, soldiers were instructed during the time spent in the rear areas.

    • 2.2fatigues pluralMilitar
      (clothing)

      ropa de faena femenino
      uniforme de faena masculino
      ropa de fajina femenino Río de la Plata
      uniforme de fajina masculino Río de la Plata
      ropa de fatiga femenino Colombia
      uniforme de fatiga masculino Colombia
      • He had on dark combat boots, green fatigues, and had a big black machine gun in his hand.
      • Some of the soldiers' fatigues were splashed in blood and filth.
      • The battery-operated doll comes complete with walkie-talkie and a wardrobe choice of military fatigues or bolero jacket and gold trousers.
      • The soldier had changed wardrobe and discarded his old army fatigues for good.
      • One evening in Cusco, a group of revolutionary militants clad in army fatigues came to the meeting.
      • When they finally parted 10 years later she was dressed in ‘military fatigues and working as an anthropologist on an Aboriginal island’.
      • She looked Indian, and had on green camouflage fatigues.
      • The whole army was dressed in old British army fatigues from World War II, which gave the situation a surreal cinematic air.
      • The figure is wearing military fatigues over a black shirt and a black and white checked scarf wrapped around his head.
      • She's become accustomed to the sound of fire engines and the sight of soldiers in fatigues searching vehicles.
      • Dozens of young troops in military fatigues marched in formation and conducted a series of calisthenic drills and martial-arts exercises at an abandoned dirt lot.
      • He turned to see a figure dressed in faded military fatigues.
      • Soldiers in camouflage fatigues and painted faces also carried heavy artillery to provide protective fire power in the event of a genuine security threat.
      • On the outskirts of town, soldiers in fatigues continued to focus on their search.
      • After dinner, Roger appeared in military fatigues, complete with hat, sunglasses, jackboots, and swagger stick.
      • And he was wearing old army fatigues and combat boots.
      • He was wearing his snug army t-shirt, baggy fatigues and combat boots.
      • Seated next to me in the lounge was a group of soldiers dressed in battle fatigues.
      • He is decked out with the standard dictatorial outfit of military fatigues and large cigar.
      • We also used to wear gunnery qualification badges on our fatigues.


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  • 1

    (tire)
    (person) fatigar
    (person) cansar
    • It doesn't make much sense to train hard when you are fatigued.
    • But if you are fatigued and have low energy, I think you can really affect how you feel by how you eat.
    • I wasn't fatigued, of course; I actually was a very fit individual.
    • Keep your movement throughout each set continuous, then rest a normal amount of time (up to about a minute) between sets, even if you are not fatigued.
    • I simply tend to forget how fatigued normal people can become.
    • He was working nonstop and he was very fatigued.
    • So all of a sudden he is too fatigued to make the same tackle he made in the first half.
    • I was fatigued and all I wanted to do was get out of here.
    • But if you are fatigued, be prepared to face the reality that we are all overworked, overstressed and overbooked.
    • It's true - you are unbelievably fatigued after one of his slow-count sessions and feel more than justified in taking the extra days to recover.
    • It doesn't matter who you are, how strong, how smart, how fast - if you get fatigued you are exponentially raising your chances of being in a car accident.
    • There are other categories, but it fatigues me to list them.
    • Try one, and you'll notice that you can become totally fatigued from just one exercise.
    • This considered, I felt slightly frustrated by the fact our opening league game was having to be played by pretty fatigued players.
    • We were a bit fatigued before the quarter-final after all the hard training we have done.
    • I am always fatigued, my body shakes and sweats.
    • If you give up easily when you're fatigued, we'll notice that, too.
    • A headache like that can really fatigue a person.
    • These are the same symptoms fatigued drivers face each minute longer they stay on the road than necessary.
    • It was either this or he was fatigued due to a long day and some inclement weather, which meant that he could not physically take this bend.
  • 2

    (weaken)
    (metal) producir la fatiga de
    • Have you ever bent a piece of metal back-and-forth until it fatigues and breaks?
    • It's steel, so it doesn't fatigue, rust or corrode.
    • Repeated stretching and sizing fatigues the brass to the point where it will eventually split, but I restrict things a little more.
    • Given the thin faces of today's drivers, how long does a driver last before the metal becomes fatigued?
    • For carbon forks in general, there should not be any limited life span, as carbon composites themselves are not subject to fatigue failures as metals are.