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Distress may refer to:
- Distress (medicine), occurring when an individual cannot adapt to stress
- Distress signal, an internationally recognized means for obtaining help
- Distressed inventory, an inventory of goods or materials whose potential to be sold at a normal cost has passed or will soon pass.
- Distressing, making clothing, furniture and household objects look old
- Distress, or distraint, the act of seizing goods to compel payment
- Distress (novel) a novel by Greg Egan
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