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Din dicționarul The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Tense \Tense\, a. [L. tensus, p. p. of tendere to stretch. See
     Tend to move, and cf. Toise.]
     Stretched tightly; strained to stiffness; rigid; not lax; as,
     a tense fiber.
     [1913 Webster]
  
           The temples were sunk, her forehead was tense, and a
           fatal paleness was upon her.             --Goldsmith.
     [1913 Webster] -- Tense"ly, adv. -- Tense"ness, n.
     [1913 Webster]

Din dicționarul The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Tense \Tense\, n. [OF. tens, properly, time, F. temps time,
     tense. See Temporal of time, and cf. Thing.] (Gram.)
     One of the forms which a verb takes by inflection or by
     adding auxiliary words, so as to indicate the time of the
     action or event signified; the modification which verbs
     undergo for the indication of time.
     [1913 Webster]
  
     Note: The primary simple tenses are three: those which
           express time past, present, and future; but these admit
           of modifications, which differ in different languages.
           [1913 Webster]

Din dicționarul WordNet (r) 2.0 :

  tense
       adj 1: in or of a state of physical or nervous tension [ant: relaxed]
       2: pronounced with relatively tense tongue muscles (e.g., the
          vowel sound in `beat') [ant: lax]
       3: taut or rigid; stretched tight; "tense piano strings" [ant:
          lax]
       n : a grammatical category of verbs used to express distinctions
           of time
       v 1: stretch or force to the limit; "strain the rope" [syn: strain]
       2: increase the tension on; "tense a rope"
       3: become tense or tenser; "He tensed up when he saw his
          opponent enter the room" [syn: tense up] [ant: relax]
       4: make tense and uneasy or nervous or anxious; [syn: strain,
           tense up] [ant: relax, relax]

Din dicționarul Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  276 Moby Thesaurus words for "tense":
     accented, agitated, all-overish, alveolar, antsy, anxious,
     anxioused up, aorist, apical, apico-alveolar, apico-dental,
     apprehensive, articulated, assimilated, back, barytone, bilabial,
     bothered, brace, broad, cacuminal, central, cerebral, checked,
     chill, chilly, chronology, close, cold, concerned, consonant,
     consonantal, continuant, continue, continuity, cool, dental,
     disaccordant, disquieted, disquieting, dissimilated, distressed,
     distressing, disturbed, disturbing, dorsal, drag out, dragged out,
     draw, draw out, drawn, drawn out, duration, durative, duree, edgy,
     elongate, elongated, extend, extended, fearful, fidgety, firm,
     flat, fluttery, foreboding, fraught, front, frosty, fussy, future,
     future perfect, glide, glossal, glottal, guttural, hard, haul,
     heave, heavy, high, high-strung, historical present, icy,
     imperfect, in a pucker, in a stew, in suspense, incompatible,
     inhospitable, inimical, intense, intonated, jittery, jumpy,
     keyed up, keyed-up, labial, labiodental, labiovelar, lastingness,
     lateral, lax, lengthen, lengthen out, lengthened, let out, light,
     lingual, liquid, low, mid, misgiving, monophthongal, muted, narrow,
     nasal, nasalized, nerve-racking, nervous, nervy, occlusive,
     on edge, on tenterhooks, on tiptoe, open, overanxious,
     overapprehensive, overexert, overextend, overstrain, overtax,
     overwrought, oxytone, palatal, palatalized, past, past perfect,
     perfect, period, perturbed, pharyngeal, pharyngealized, phonemic,
     phonetic, phonic, pitch, pitched, pluperfect, point tense,
     pokerlike, posttonic, present, present perfect, press, preterit,
     produce, progressive tense, prolong, prolongate, prolongated,
     prolonged, protract, protracted, psychological time, pull, pulled,
     queasy, quivering, rack, ramrodlike, reinforce, renitent, restive,
     restless, retroflex, rigid, rigidify, rodlike, rounded, rusty,
     screw up, semivowel, shore up, soft, solicitous, sonant, space,
     space-time, spin out, spun out, starched, starchy, stiff,
     stiff as buckram, stiffen, stopped, straggling, strain,
     strain every nerve, strained, strengthen, stress, stressed,
     stressful, stretch, stretch out, stretched, stretched out,
     stretched tight, string out, strong, strung out, surd, suspenseful,
     sweat blood, syllabic, taut, tauten, tax, tension, term,
     the future, the past, the present, thick, throaty, tide, tight,
     tighten, time, timebinding, tonal, tonic, trice up, troubled, tug,
     twangy, unaccented, unamiable, unamicable, uncordial,
     under a strain, uneasy, unfriendly, ungenial, unharmonious,
     unquiet, unrelaxed, unrestful, unrounded, unsettled, unsociable,
     unstressed, upset, uptight, velar, virgate, vocalic, vocoid,
     voiced, voiceless, vowel, vowellike, weak, while, wide,
     with bated breath, with muscles tense, worked up, worried,
     worrisome, worrying, wound up, wrought up, zealous  
     
Din dicționarul Jargon File (4.3.1, 29 Jun 2001) :

  tense adj. Of programs, very clever and efficient. A tense piece of
     code often got that way because it was highly bummed, but sometimes it
     was just based on a great idea. A comment in a clever routine by Mike
     Kazar, once a grad-student hacker at CMU: "This routine is so tense it
     will bring tears to your eyes." A tense programmer is one who produces
     tense code.
  
  

Din dicționarul The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing (27 SEP 03) :

  tense
       
          Of programs, very clever and efficient.  A tense piece of code
          often got that way because it was highly bummed, but
          sometimes it was just based on a great idea.  A comment in a
          clever routine by Mike Kazar, once a grad-student hacker at
          CMU: "This routine is so tense it will bring tears to your
          eyes."  A tense programmer is one who produces tense code.
       
          [{Jargon File]
       
       

Din dicționarul Bouvier's Law Dictionary, Revised 6th Ed (1856) :

  TENSE. A term used in, grammar to denote the distinction of time. 
       2. The acts of a court of justice ought to be in the present tense; as, 
  "praeceptum est," not "preaceptum fuit;" but the acts of, the party may be 
  in the preterperfect tense, as "venit, et protulit hic in curia quandum 
  querelam suam;" and the continuances are in the preterperfect tense; as, 
  "venerunt," not "veniunt." 1 Mod. 81. 
       3. The contract of marriage should be made in language in the present 
  tense. 6 Binn. Rep. 405. Vide 1 Saund. 393, n. 1. 
  
  

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