Meaning of FATIGUE in English

FATIGUE

I.

noun

1 great tiredness

ADJECTIVE

▪ extreme , severe

swimmers who are in a state of extreme ~

▪ growing

▪ chronic

conditions such as chronic ~, insomnia and depression

a study of chronic ~ syndrome

▪ general

▪ mental , physical

▪ muscle

Correcting your posture prevents muscle ~ and injury.

▪ battle

soldiers suffering from battle ~

▪ compassion

Compassion ~ among donor countries means there is less money for worthy causes.

▪ driver

car accidents caused by driver ~

VERB + FATIGUE

▪ experience , feel , suffer from

Tom began to feel ~ and weakness once more.

▪ combat , fight , fight off , reduce

The right vitamins help you combat ~.

▪ avoid , prevent

simple lifestyle strategies to prevent ~

▪ cause

FATIGUE + VERB

▪ set in

She had to stop work when ~ set in.

▪ overcome sb

PREPOSITION

▪ from ~

He was crying from cold and ~.

▪ with ~

The man was shivering with ~.

PHRASES

▪ a feeling of ~

▪ signs of ~

2 fatigues clothes worn by soldiers

ADJECTIVE

▪ army , battle , combat , military

▪ camouflage

PHRASES

▪ in ~

soldiers in combat ~s

II.

verb

Fatigue is used with these nouns as the object: ↑ muscle

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