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Definition of pressure:
- The force experienced by a surface that is expressed in terms of force per unit area. Its SI unit is Pascal ( a force of one newton on an area of one square metre) On the other hand, fluid pressure is expressed in pounds per square inch.
- exert pressure on someone through threats
- a force that compels; " the public brought pressure to bear on the government"
- the somatic sensation of pressure; " the sensitivity of his skin to pressure and temperature was normal"
- an oppressive condition of physical or mental or social or economic distress
- Electro- motive force.
- The act of pressing, or the condition of being pressed; compression; a squeezing; a crushing; as, a pressure of the hand.
- A contrasting force or impulse of any kind; as, the pressure of poverty; the pressure of taxes; the pressure of motives on the mind; the pressure of civilization.
- Affliction; distress; grievance.
- Urgency; as, the pressure of business.
- Impression; stamp; character impressed.
- The action of a force against some obstacle or opposing force; a force in the nature of a thrust, distributed over a surface, often estimated with reference to the upon a unit's area.
- A heavy bearing down or pushing against; force or weight acting against anything; a force which drives ahead; as, to work under pressure; burden; urgent or insistent demand; as, the pressure of work.
- A stress or force acting in any direction against resistance.
- Act of pressing: a squeezing: the state of being pressed: impulse: constraining force: that which presses or afflicts: difficulties: urgency: ( physics) the action of force on something resisting it.
- Act of pressing; state of being pressed; urgency; force.
- The act of pressing, or the state of being pressed; urgency; rush.
- The act of pressing; the state of being pressed; force of one body acting on another; a constraining force or impulse; anything which oppresses; straits, or the distress accruing; urgency; impression.
- The force of one body acting on another by weight only, or by the continued application of power; a constraining force or impulse; that which straitens; urgency; difficulties; an impression.
- Tension in plant tissue caused by the turgidity of the cells.
- [ Latin] Tension in plant tissue caused by the turgidity of the cells( bot.).