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distress

1. mental pain; anguish
2. physical or financial trouble
3. in distress (of a ship, aircraft, etc.) in dire need of help
4. Law
a. the seizure and holding of property as security for payment of or in satisfaction of a debt, claim, etc.; distraint
b. the property thus seized
c. US (as modifier): distress merchandise
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Mr Ball's counsel, Mr Richard Hone QC, argued that, even by the standards of 1977, the hospital's facilities for dealing with babies suffering from respiratory distress were inadequate.
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