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de-stress
American English: /diˈstrɛs/
British English: /diːˈstrɛs/

Translation of de-stress in Spanish:

intransitive verb

  • liberarse del estrés
    Example sentences
    • She offers an incredible range of treatments which she uses to help her clients achieve their goals, whether they simply want to relax and de-stress or if they want to tackle a particular ache and pain.
    • So, to assist me with my life-planning (by allowing me to relax and de-stress), I present my answers to 10 fairly cool questions.
    • Fresh Beauty, situated on Finkle Street, is a one-stop beauty shop with a modern and trendy twist offering state-of-the-art flatscreen televisions and a place for you to relax and de-stress.

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