* * *fa·ti·ga·bil·i·ty also fa·ti·gua·bil·i·ty fə-.tē-gə-'bil-ət-ē, .fat-i-gə- n, pl -ties susceptibility to fatigue
* * *fat·i·ga·bil·i·ty (fat″ĭ-gə-bilґĭ-te) easy susceptibility to fatigue.
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