Examples of burnout in a Sentence
Teaching can be very stressful, and many teachers eventually suffer burnout.
the burnout rate among teachers
a novel about academic burnouts
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In larger organizations, overloaded managers may risk burnout.
How much of your job is about combating attorney burnout?
When Dillon crossed the finish line, there was a burnout.
While some cinephiles decry the ubiquitous nature of the films, and many critics speak of superhero burnout, the subgenre shows few signs of slowing down.
Worker burnout is a problem and some employees take medical leave due to job stress, causing even larger workloads for remaining staffers.
At one point, the Granite Mountain Hotshots were attempting to burn out fireline—intentionally setting a small fire to create a barrier to block flames—when aircraft assigned to the fire dropped retardant on their burnout.
At the same time, hospital staff trying to see too many people too quickly face the potential for burnout and, more seriously, making medical errors.
The position that Belichick holds is famous for burnout.
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First Known Use of burnout
Definition of burn out
Examples of burn out in a Sentence
working 12-hour days at that job just burned me out
Recent Examples of burn out from the Web
Mulvany was a wanderer, setting up studios in 21 towns — he was burned out in the Great Chicago Fire.
Hopefully, Palace/Brighton isn't a rivalry that has burned out entirely.
All but 12 of the 38 families burned out by the San Bruno explosion eventually came back to Crestmoor.
Despite the admiration from drivers and nearby residents, the lights literally burned out in less than a year and the project fell into disrepair.
On the final night of last year’s California Craft Brewers Summit, midtown tiki bar Jungle Bird served as the venue for the unofficial after party, hosting out-of-town brewers burned out on beer.
Collins burned out the musical notes of each song, leaving only the lyrics.
The fire from a sunken Iranian tanker ship in the East China Sea has burned out, a Chinese transport ministry spokesman said Monday, although concerns remain about possible major pollution to the sea bed and surrounding waters.
The earlier LaWS was a 30-kilowatt solid-state laser system capable of frying drones in midair and burning out the motors of helicopters and small watercraft, like those favored by Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps Navy.
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First Known Use of burn out
burn out Synonyms
wear to a frazzle;
BURNOUT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of burnout for English Language Learners
: the condition of someone who has become very physically and emotionally tired after doing a difficult job for a long time
: a person who suffers burnout
: the time when a jet or rocket engine stops working because there is no more fuel available
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