Common misspellings for tension:
technition, venision, technision, technisian, tenson, pention, techntion, atintion, tennon, detension, termantion, decsion, technian, menssion, juntion, tecnition, tecnician, technicsion, vension, inetion, tehnichan, tenion, tenstion, desiosion, sension, atenchin, attension, deccsion, penshion, nasion, attenchion, attenshon, tenakn, tenmsion, tevision, hyertension, potentian, tenssion, menshun, etention, bention, deminsion, keynsian, rention, decension, atenchen, adnission, ttention, tenysson, dontion, penision, atenshion, attenshion, tansition, unsion, tencion, poinsion, etension, tentsion, turnaroun, techintion, dimnsion, transion, johnsion, atenttion, tecnitian, dention, technation, tenison, atenntion, retension, penssion, tuission, tenasious, decousion, unision, tenatious, kenshin, tomention, demension, pensionor, tecqnition, dymension, menshion, tenchique, tection, tentions, tarnsition, tuision, treesion, desension, tenchion, potention, atantion, unusion, tesion, tuyition, pattiention, menshon, tenseing, tention, atention, tenshon, tansfusion, defanision, tentioner, attenchon, tenision, deission, techition, dession, tecnichian, deinition, defenision, potentionl, tranision, nention, technetion, mension, metntion, stension, tennison, decssion, tentation, defntion, demesion, tensnion, teleision, techinesion, consion, torshion, genertion, tuetion, technishion, menchion, tehnician, desion, ettention, attansion, tresion, tenshion, desioion, itention, demenision, tehcnician, techniian, attenchen, paytention, pansion, teachnition, sention, atension, decsioin, fortuntion, xtension, idonesian, atiention, definsion, demsion, sttention, demnision, ypertension, atenchion, atentchoin, attnsion, decshion, denition, dension, demansion, dionysian, desiension, funetion, hyptension, kenyshian, keynesion, nansion, mutantion, tensioner, poterntion, techcian, techinsion, technission, teleuision, townshend, transsion, fension, gension, yension, 6ension, 5ension, twnsion, tsnsion, tdnsion, trnsion, t4nsion, t3nsion, tebsion, temsion, tejsion, tehsion, tenaion, tenzion, tenxion, teneion, tenwion, tensuon, tensjon, tenskon, tensoon, tens9on, tens8on, tensiin, tensikn, tensiln, tensipn, tensi0n, tensi9n, tensiob, tensiom, tensioj, tensioh, rtension, trension, ftension, tfension, gtension, tgension, ytension, tyension, 6tension, t6ension, 5tension, t5ension, twension, tewnsion, tsension, tesnsion, tdension, tednsion, ternsion, t4ension, te4nsion, t3ension, te3nsion, tebnsion, tenbsion, temnsion, tejnsion, tenjsion, tehnsion, tenhsion, tenasion, tensaion, tenzsion, tenszion, tenxsion, tensxion, tendsion, tensdion, tenesion, tenseion, tenwsion, tenswion, tensuion, tensiuon, tensjion, tensijon, tenskion, tensikon, tensoion, tensioon, tens9ion, tensi9on, tens8ion, tensi8on, tensiion, tensioin, tensiokn, tensilon, tensioln, tensipon, tensiopn, tensi0on, tensio0n, tensio9n, tensiobn, tensionb, tensiomn, tensionm, tensiojn, tensionj, tensiohn, tensionh, tnsion, tensin, tensio, etnsion, tnesion, tesnion, tensoin, tensino, ttension, teension, tennsion, tensionn, 4ension, uension, tunsion, tmnsion, tansion, tgnsion, te.sion, tefsion, telsion, teosion, ten3ion, tenqion, tenrion, tensyon, tensaon, tensmon, tensign, tensimn, tensinn, tensiof, tensiol, tensioo, tensayeon, tenseyeon, t ension, te nsion, ten sion, tens ion, tensi on, tensio n.
Definition of tension:
- feelings of hostility that are not manifest; " he could sense her latent hostility to him"; " the diplomats' first concern was to reduce international tensions"
- ( psychology) a state of mental or emotional strain or suspense; " he suffered from fatigue and emotional tension"; " stress is a vasoconstrictor"
- ( physics) a stress that produces an elongation of an elastic physical body; " the direction of maximum tension moves asymptotically toward the direction of the shear"
- a balance between and interplay of opposing elements or tendencies ( especially in art or literature); " there is a tension created between narrative time and movie time"; " there is a tension between these approaches to understanding history"
- The pressure or tension of a confined body of vapor. The pressure of a given saturated vapor is a function of the temperature only, and may be measured by introducing a small quantity of the substance into a barometer and noting the depression of the column of mercury.
- The pressure or of a confined body of vapor.
- The act of stretching or straining; the state of being stretched or strained; mental strain; strong excitement of feeling; strained relations; in machinery, a device to loosen or tighten the thread on a sewing machine; the condition or stress due to pulling.
- 1. The act of stretching. 2. The condition of being stretched or tense. 3. The tendency of a gas or other substance to return to its natural state when relieved of a constraining force.
- Applied to tense condition of an organ.
- Act of stretching: state of being stretched or strained: strain: effort.
- Act of stretching; state of being stretched; strain.
- The act of stretching; stress; strain.
- The act of stretching or straining; the state of being strained; intense effort; intensity.
- The act of stretching or straining; state of being stretched to stiffness; the strain in the direction of the length which a body can bear.
- The act of stretching or straining; the state of being stretched or strained to stiffness; the state of being bent strained; as, the tension of the muscles, tension of the larynx.
- The degree of stretching to which a wire, cord, piece of timber, or the like, is strained by drawing it in the direction of its length; strain.
- A device for checking the delivery of the thread in a sewing machine, so as to give the stitch the required degree of tightness.
- Expansive force; the force with which the particles of a body, as a gas, tend to recede from each other and occupy a larger space; elastic force; elasticity; as, the tension of vapor; the tension of air.
- The quality in consequence of which an electric charge tends to discharge itself, as into the air by a spark, or to pass from a body of greater to one of less electrical potential. It varies as the quantity of electricity upon a given area.