What is tension force

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to tighten vb ‘Sth. pulling tightly, stretching ’, intransitive‘ being too tight, being too tight ’(especially from the clothes), reflexively getting tight’. The originally strongly inflected (reduplicating) verb ahd.spannan 'fesseln, spannen' (9th century), mhd.spannan 'stretching, tightening', intransitive 'stretching, being tense', asächs.spannan, mnd.mnl. nl.tension, afries.spanna, aengl.spannan 'tighten, tie, attach' (germ. * Spannan) and the weakly inflected causative mhd.mnd.spennen 'tighten, stretch', arrange.spenna 'tighten, tie, join ', schwed.spänna' tension, buckle '(germ. * Spannijan) stand with gemination next to the strongly inflected verb ahd.spanan (9th century), mhd.spanen' curl, (in ↗abspenstig, sd, remaining) stimulate, drive ', asächs.aengl.spanan, afries.spana (germ. * spanan) as well as the guttural extension dealt with under ↗Spange (sd). These verbs, which have a present n, can be extragerm. compare with Greek spā́n (σπᾶν) 'pull, tug, tear, dislocate', spasmós (σπασμός) 'pull, twitch, cramp', air.sēim 'tiny, lean', sēime 'thin', so that a root ie . * sp (h) ē (i) - 'pulling, tensioning' is possible. Perhaps this also includes ie. * (S) pen (d) - (see ↗spinnen). The basis of the meaning of tension is probably the tightening of the bowstring. exciting part.adj. ‘Arousing interest’ (19th century). excited Part.adj. ‘Interested, curious, eagerly awaiting’, transferred ‘charged with conflict, irritable, inharmonious’ (18th century). tense part.adj. ‘Strenuous, attentive, complicated, difficult’ (18th century). exhausted part.adj. ‘Slack, tired’ (18th century). overstretched Part.adj. ‘Exaggerated, unrealistic, unrealistic’ (18th century). to clamp vb ‘(Draft animals) in front of the wagon’, transferred ‘Use for certain purposes’, mhd.ītension ‘enclose, tie up’. to relax vb "Stretch out, stretch out, take off the bridle, rest" (15th century). pretension vb ‘Harness up draft animals, spread them out so that they are somewhat taut’ (16th century); Opening with m draft animals harnessed to the main team ’(17th century), modern‘ a film or text (as an introduction) ’. Span m. 'Upper part of the foot from the base of the shin to the toes, team' (18th century), older (16th century), occasionally also for span f. Dimension designation for the distance between the tips of the outstretched thumb and forefinger or little finger, ahd.spanna (9th century), mhd.mnd.mnl.spanne 'width of the extended hand' (Germ. * Spannō); see spannenlang, mhd.spannelanc. Later (18th century) also transferred a (short) period of time for a period of time. Tension f. 'Activity of tension, being tense' (17th century), 'State of disturbed harmony' (18th century), 'Psychological state of expectation and strained attention' (19th century), in electrical engineering short for Voltage (19th century). Tension for ‘elasticity’, transferred ‘vigor, energy, performance’ (18th century).