Portuguese translation of 'tension'
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Example Sentences Including 'tension'
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Rae herself would have put it, A house is an illustration of the power of tension.FOLLY (2001)
I knew the evening had to come to an end, and I already felt all the tension of how we'd say goodbye.READY? (2001)
Trust Samaranan to say the one thing guaranteed to ease his tension.TREASON KEEP (2001)
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'tension' in Other Languages
British English: tension /ˈtɛnʃən/ NOUN
Tension is a feeling of fear or nervousness produced before a difficult, dangerous, or important event.
The tension between the two countries is likely to remain.
- American English: tension
- Arabic: تَوَتُّر
- Brazilian Portuguese: tensão
- Chinese: 紧张
- Croatian: napetost
- Czech: napětí vypětí
- Danish: spænding
- Dutch: spanning strakzetten
- European Spanish: tensión músculo
- Finnish: jännite jännitystila
- French: tension nervosité
- German: Spannung Anspannung
- Greek: ένταση κοινωνική
- Italian: tensione trazione
- Japanese: 緊張
- Korean: 긴장
- Norwegian: spenning
- Polish: napięcie niepokój
- European Portuguese: tensão
- Romanian: tensiune
- Russian: напряжение
- Spanish: tensión ansiedad
- Swedish: spänning påfrestning
- Thai: ความตึงเครียด
- Turkish: gerginlik
- Ukrainian: напруга
- Vietnamese: tình trạng căng thẳng
Translation of tension from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary