fatigue (countable and uncountable, plural fatigues)
- A weariness caused by exertion; exhaustion.
2012 December 29, Paul Doyle, “Arsenal's Theo Walcott hits hat-trick in thrilling victory over Newcastle”, in The Guardian:
- Alan Pardew finished by far the most frustrated man at the Emirates, blaming fatigue for the fact that Arsenal were able to kill his team off in the dying minutes.
- (often in the plural) A menial task(s), especially in the military.
- (engineering) Material failure, such as cracking or separation, caused by stress on the material.
- 2013, N. Dowling, Mechanical Behaviour of Materials, page 399
- Mechanical failures due to fatigue have been the subject of engineering efforts for more than 150 years.
- Arabic: إِرْهَاق m (ʾirhāq), تَعَب m (taʿab)
- Armenian: ուժասպառություն (hy) (užaspaṙutʿyun)
- Bulgarian: умора (bg) f (umora), изтощение (bg) n (iztoštenie)
- Mandarin: 疲勞 (zh), 疲劳 (zh) (píláo), 倦怠 (zh) (juàndài), 乏力 (fálì)
- Czech: únava (cs) f
- Dalmatian: fataica f
- Danish: udmatning c
- Esperanto: laceco
- Estonian: väsimus
- Finnish: väsymys (fi), uupumus
- French: fatigue (fr) f, épuisement (fr) m
- German: Müdigkeit (de) f, Ermüdung f, Schlappheit f, Überdruss (de) m, Erschöpfung (de) f
- Greek: κόπος (el) m (kópos), κούραση (el) f (koúrasi), καταπόνηση (el) f (katapónisi)
- Hindi: थकान (hi) f (thakān)
- Irish: tuirse (ga) f
- Istriot: fadeîga f
- Italian: stanchezza (it) f, fatica (it), stanchezza (it), affaticamento (it)
- Japanese: 疲労 (ja) (ひろう, hirō), 疲れ (つかれ, tsukare)
- Korean: 피곤 (ko) (pigon), 피로 (ko) (piro)
- Latvian: nogurums m
- Maori: kurutai, mākinokino
- Miyako: ブガリ (bugari)
- Polish: zmęczenie (pl) n
- Portuguese: fadiga (pt) f
- Romanian: extenuare (ro) f, oboseală (ro) f
- Russian: уста́лость (ru) f (ustálostʹ), утомле́ние (ru) n (utomlénije)
- Slovene: utrujenost f
- Spanish: fatiga (es) f
- Swedish: utmattning (sv) c
- Tagalog: pagod
- Turkish: bitkinlik (tr)
- Venetian: fadiga f
menial task, especially in military
material failure due to cyclic loading
fatigue (third-person singular simple present fatigues, present participle fatiguing, simple past and past participle fatigued)
- (transitive) to tire or make weary by physical or mental exertion
- (intransitive) to lose so much strength or energy that one becomes tired, weary, feeble or exhausted
- (intransitive, engineering, of a material specimen) to undergo the process of fatigue; to fail as a result of fatigue.
to lose strength or energy
- first-person singular present subjunctive of fatigar
- third-person singular present subjunctive of fatigar
- third-person singular imperative of fatigar
- First-person singular (yo) present subjunctive form of fatigar.
- Formal second-person singular (usted) present subjunctive form of fatigar.
- Third-person singular (él, ella, also used with usted?) present subjunctive form of fatigar.