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Strain Meaning in Tamil

Strain meaning in Tamil –  திரிபு, சிரமம், முழுபலம் உபயோகி

Verb/Noun. 

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Strain meaning in Tamil

திரிபு, சிரமம், முழுபலம் உபயோகி

Definition:

  • force (a part of one’s body or oneself) to make an unusually great effort.
  • pour (a mainly liquid substance) through a porous or perforated device or material in order to separate out any solid matter.
  • the sound of a piece of music. a force tending to pull or stretch something to an extreme or damaging degree.
  • a severe or excessive demand on the strength, resources, or abilities of someone or something.
  • make severe or excessive demands on.
  • pull or push forcibly at something.

Strain Synonyms:

ancestry, birth, tune, warble, little, mite, nip, ounce, particle, peanuts, ray, scintilla, scruple, nature, order, sort, species, shade, shadow, shred, smack, smell, smidgen, description, blood, bloodline, breeding, descent, extraction, family tree, genealogy, line, lineage, origin, parentage, pedigree, stock, air, lay, melody, song, snap, spark, spatter, speck, splash, breed, class, feather, genre, ilk, kidney, kind, like, manner, stripe, type, variety, pull, rack, stretch, plug, wrench, filter, screen, bang away, beaver (away), dig (away), drudge, slave, slog, strive, endeavor, fag, grub, hump, hustle, labor, moil, plod, plow, struggle, percolate, seep, sweat, transude, weep, stretch, tax, test, sweat, toil, travail, tug, work, bleed, exude, ooze, try, stretch, tauten, tense, tighten.

Antonyms:

issue, seed, comfort, posterity, progeny, consolation, loosen, flood, gush, pour, stream, slack, slacken, surge.

Strain in a Sentence:

  • If you have a sprain or strain, you may consult a doctor or may use ice or heat treatment.
  • You should have a knowledge how to treat sprains and strains yourself.
  • Most sprains and strains will feel better within a week or 2 weeks.
  • Sever strains may take a month to get normal.
  • If you have a sprain or strain longer than usual to get better, you need to consult a physiotherapist.
  • Remind that you can treat a mild or moderate strain at home with ice and heat.
  • If your muscles are strong and healthy, you are less likely to develop a strain.
  • You may be able to normal activities within three to six weeks with basic home care if you have a mild or moderate strain.

More Sentences with Strain

  • Stored energy of cold work is the driving force for the nucleation of strain-free recrystallized grains and also sustained grain growth.
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Strain Meaning in Tamil and in Recognized sources

Strain in Cambridge dictionary, Oxford Dictionary