- Answer Key
- stressed (out)【strest (aʊt)】
:feeling or showing pleasure, pleased
Ex) They’re always happy when they hang out together.
:feeling sure about your own ability to do things and be successful
Ex) She’s confident about her skills.
:feeling pleased and satisfied about something that you own or have done, or are connected with
Ex) I’m really proud of you.
:not excited, nervous or upset
Ex) She’s calm because she’s meditating.
:calm and not anxious or worried
Ex) He’s relaxed and calm this afternoon.
:happy, and showing it by the way that you behave
Ex) She’s cheerful in the flower garden.
:feeling or showing thanks because somebody has done something kind for you or has done as you asked
Ex) I’m grateful for the flowers.
:having a strong desire to know about something
Ex) Babies are curious about everything.
:giving your attention to something because you enjoy finding out about it or doing it; showing interest in something and finding it exciting
Ex) He’s really interested in science.
Ex) She’s amazed by the lights hitting the waves.
:unhappy or showing unhappiness
Ex) She’s sad because her mother passed away.
:sad because you are away from home and you miss your family and friends
Ex) He called his mother because he was feeling homesick.
:feeling or showing surprise
Ex) She’s surprised because she got her favorite thing.
:surprised and upset; showing that somebody feels surprised and upset
Ex) She was shocked by the news.
:thinking about things in a careful and sensible way; not silly
Ex) He’s always serious at work.
:feeling or showing happiness and enthusiasm
Ex) They’re excited about the match.
:upset because something you hoped for has not happened or been as good, successful, etc. as you expected
Ex) They’re disappointed because they lost the game.
:very excited and pleased
Ex) They’re thrilled by the roller coaster.
:feeling tired and impatient because you have lost interest in somebody/something or because you have nothing to do
Ex) She’s bored in class.
:needing sleep; ready to go to sleep
Ex) He’s sleepy because he didn’t sleep well.
:unhappy because you have no friends or people to talk to
Ex) She’s lonely after her husband died.
:having strong feelings about something that you dislike very much or about an unfair situation
Ex) He’s angry at his lazy workers.
:annoyed or angry
Ex) She’s irritated because she had a bad day at work.
stressed (out)【strest (aʊt)】
:too anxious and tired to be able to relax
▶︎口語ではよく、「be stressed out」で使います。
Ex) He’s stressed out.
:physically or mentally ill
Ex) He’s sick in bed.
:thinking about unpleasant things that have happened or that might happen and therefore feeling unhappy and afraid
Ex) She’s worried that her friends don’t like her.
:feeling that you want to eat something
Ex) He’s really hungry this morning.
:having had enough to eat
Ex) She’s so full after eating donuts.
:needing or wanting to drink
Ex) He’s extremely thirsty but there’s no water.
:feeling heat in an unpleasant or uncomfortable way
Ex) He’s still feeling hot even though the air conditioner is on.
:having a temperature lower than the human body
Ex) She’s cold even with her blanket.
:feeling that you would like to sleep or rest; needing rest
Ex) I’m tired because I’ve been driving for a long time.
Ex) He’s exhausted from a long day at work.
:anxious about something or afraid of something
Ex) She’s nervous about her test results.
:unhappy or disappointed because of something unpleasant that has happened
Ex) He’s upset after hearing his diagnosis.
:feeling happy because something unpleasant has stopped or has not happened; showing this
Ex) She was relieved when she got the result.
:feeling fear; frightened because you think that you might be hurt or suffer
Ex) He’s afraid of ghosts.
:afraid; feeling fear
Ex) The baby is frightened by his mother acting like a zombie.
:unable to think clearly or to understand what is happening or what somebody is saying
Ex) She’s confused about what to do.
:a strong feeling of dislike for somebody/something that you feel is unacceptable, or for something that looks, smells, etc. unpleasant
Ex) The girls felt disgusted when they saw a spider in the sandwich.
:very unhappy or uncomfortable
Ex) He’s miserable because he doesn’t have a place to live.
:not letting you feel physically comfortable; unpleasant to wear, sit on, etc.
Ex) He’s uncomfortable in his new class.
:very sad and without hope
Ex) She’s depressed and feeling lonely.
:shy, uncomfortable or ashamed, especially in a social situation
Ex) She’s embarrassed that she forgot her money.
:feeling shame or feeling embarrassed about somebody/something or because of something you have done
Ex) She’s ashamed that she got caught cheating on the test.
:unable to pay attention to somebody/something because you are worried or thinking about something else
Ex) She was so distracted that she walked into the pole.
:in a state like sleep because of an injury or illness, and not able to use your senses
Ex) She was unconscious when I found her.
:able to use your senses and mental powers to understand what is happening
Ex) She was conscious when she was found in the house.