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druk in English:

1. pressure pressure


Reynolds' blood pressure is dangerously high, especially when he's mad.
under pressure
I know that you're strong, but political pressure will be stronger.
However, maybe from the sudden change in pressure when you put them, having your ears pop is a problem.
Human rights groups are putting pressure on authoritarian governments.
It has happened that people sleeping with the fan on have experienced a freezing of the stomach, as well as a local air pressure stress leading them to feel unwell.
The Prime Minister became all the more popular because he never gave way to pressure from the neighboring country.
And in many countries, where the animals are already under pressure because their homes are being destroyed by agriculture, things can get even worse.
In other aspects, the results of Laowang's health examination were all quite normal; it was just that his blood pressure was a bit high.
We should bear in mind that only relaxed people living without too much pressure and worry have a chance to keep healthy.
The pressure of international competition in the motor industry is very strong.
The pressure that such a pool of magma exerts on the crust above has lifted Yellowstone and its surrounding territory about half a kilometre higher than they would otherwise be.
I don’t like it when people put too much pressure on me to buy something.
Although the pressure of studying at the University of Cambridge is very high, many students still have time to go out and have fun.

English word "druk"(pressure) occurs in sets:

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2. busy busy


I'm not busy.
He is too busy dreaming dreams to plan what he will do in his old age.
Much as I'd like to come, I'm afraid I'll be too busy.
Stop pestering me, I'm busy.
The other day I ran out of gas in the middle of a busy Interstate.
Although our universe is still young, theorists are busy exploring its ultimate fate.
He never takes into account the fact that I am very busy.
He is a busy man, so you can only get in touch with him by telephone.
I don't think she could spare the time because she is always busy with her work.
There are many people in the world who complain that they are too busy to read.
This restaurant is so large that they are always busy waiting on guests.
Being too busy with work is a problem, but then so is having too much free time.
Everyone seemed to be very busy and everyone seemed to be in a hurry.
Roll up your sleeves and get busy.
Why don't you go fishing with us this weekend if you aren't busy?

English word "druk"(busy) occurs in sets:

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