(noun) An undesirable condition of metal that results in a tendency to fracture, even during normal use (usually caused by stress or inferior production)
EXAMPLE: We stopped using the supplier of our product's engine parts when we noticed that everything he sent us quickly began to show signs of fatigue.
1. (verb) To make a loud, unpleasant metallic sound. 2. (verb) To make someone annoyed or lose their composure.
EXAMPLE: The heavy chain jangled across the deck of the ship.沉重的链子拖过船甲板，发出刺耳的噪音。EXAMPLE: Large crowds at railways stations often jangle my nerves, and so I try to avoid them.火车站的大批人群经常刺激我的神经，所以我想避开他们。今日短语：