In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(life/job) estresante(job/life) de mucho estrés(life/job) de mucha tensión
- To add injustice to the stressful wait is a recipe for disaster that can lead to hostility.
- Preparing for your wedding day can be stressful as you juggle all these demands.
- Lots of people have stressful jobs, which feed back into their private lives.
- Her work is stressful, and she worries that her bowel problems may affect her job performance.
- Just getting in and out of my chair is an incredibly hard and stressful task.
- These are just some of the myriad of worries we face every day in our increasingly busy and stressful lives.
- Having to make decisions can be stressful, because you have to weigh one option against another.
- I had never worked in that way before and it was great fun although it was stressful because it was different.
- Yesterday was quite a stressful day, as stressful as I've yet encountered in this role.
- I know this has been a very difficult and stressful time for the family and for staff involved.
- Instead, we are all working harder and in more stressful circumstances than ever.
- It can be really stressful and you never know if you are coming or going.
- That way I can miss the crowded trains and the general rush and hubbub, and it should be a lot less stressful.
- I can feel my blood pressure going up already - next Saturday will be a very stressful day.
- They're stressful games but I just tried not to get too hyped up about it all.
- It was stressful and physically demanding but a great privilege to be involved.
- The piece was a light-hearted exercise to wind down my brain after a stressful exam period.
- They say that moving home is one of the most stressful things you can do.
- Berlin is a reminder that life doesn't have to be fast, career-driven and stressful.
- The finances are perhaps the most stressful element of building work for the average homeowner.
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