Meaning of FATIGUE in English

FATIGUE

I. noun Etymology: French, from Middle French, from ~r to ~, from Latin fatigare; akin to Latin affatim sufficiently Date: 1669 1. labor , manual or menial work performed by military personnel, the uniform or work clothing worn on ~ and in the field, 2. weariness or exhaustion from labor, exertion, or stress, the temporary loss of power to respond that is induced in a sensory receptor or motor end organ by continued stimulation, the tendency of a material to break under repeated stress , II. verb (~d; fatiguing) Date: 1693 transitive verb to weary with labor or exertion, to induce a condition of ~ in, intransitive verb to suffer ~, see: tire fatiguingly adverb III. adjective Date: 1774 consisting of, done, or used in ~ , belonging to ~s

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