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Tension may mean:
- Tension (mechanics), in physics, a force related to the stretching of a string or a similar object
- High-tension line, sometimes used to refer to electrical voltage
- 'Tension' in politics and international relations: strained relations between parties, possibly leading to unrest and war.
- 'Tension', is also used to refer to physiological or mental stress
- Tension (music), in music, the perceived need for relaxation or release created by a listener's expectations
- Suspense, or "tension", in a dramatic work: the feeling of uncertainty and interest about the outcome of certain actions an audience perceives.
- Tenseness, in phonetics, describes a certain sound quality
- Tension (movie), a 1950 film noir
- Tension (band), a rock band
- Tension (group), a 4 Asian male singing group
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