Hay 2 definiciones de tense en inglés:

tense1

Silabificación: tense

adjetivo

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  • 1Become tense, typically through anxiety or nervousness: her body tensed up
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    • I tensed up and squeezed her hand harder.
    • If you get too tensed up and let it get to you, that's counter-productive.
    • He used to get quite tensed up and panicky about things, but that is all in the past now.
  • 1.1 [with object] Make (a muscle or one’s body) tight or rigid: carefully stretch and then tense your muscles
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    • When we are stressed our body responds by tensing the muscles.
    • Every muscle in her body was tensed for the coming action.
    • Tense each body part for a moment and then relax it.
    Sinónimos
    tighten, tauten, tense up, flex, contract, brace, stiffen; screw up, knot, strain, stretch, squinch up

Derivativos

tensely

adverbio
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  • Everyone watched tensely as he edged along the narrow ledge.
  • They wait tensely to see whether the outbreak will spread further.
  • The accused are led into the room and wait tensely for sentencing.

tenseness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • High doses of caffeine are associated with anxiety and tenseness.
  • I feel a small but significant tenseness in my shoulders.
  • The tenseness that had suddenly appeared on his daughter's face worried him.

tensity

Pronunciación: /ˈtensitē/
sustantivo
( • dated )
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I could tell that he had noticed my tensity.
  • His muscles seemed to loose their tensity and he crashed downward in a heap.
  • Note the tensity of expression with which the group is following his each and every word

Origen

late 17th century: from Latin tensus 'stretched', from the verb tendere.

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Palabra del día tortie
Pronunciación: ˈtɔːtiː
noun
a tortoiseshell cat

Hay 2 definiciones de tense en inglés:

tense2

Silabificación: tense

sustantivo

Grammar
  • A set of forms taken by a verb to indicate the time (and sometimes also the continuance or completeness) of the action in relation to the time of the utterance: the past tense
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • At the moment I am trying to master 5 different tenses of verbs and also adverbs, pronouns and other vocabulary.
    • As the network learned, it began to generate ‘digged’ for ‘dug,’ regular past tenses of irregular verbs.
    • When my brain was filled with verb tenses, right triangles and pulmonary veins, there was no room for personal thoughts.

Derivativos

tenseless

adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • For example, Roderick Chisholm and A. N. Prior claim that the ‘is’ in the sentence ‘It's now midnight ‘is essentially present tensed because there is no translation using only tenseless verbs.’
  • If we want to construct a sentence which genuinely contains only B-series temporal expressions, then we must construct one whose verbs are tenseless.
  • Such a realist account is provided by static and tenseless theories of time. A static theory holds that the participation of time into the past, the present and the future depends on the perspective we human beings put on the world.

Origen

Middle English (in the general sense 'time'): from Old French tens, from Latin tempus 'time'.

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