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    jittery and nervousness

    hi,
    do these words mean the same, please?
    which one is more informal and casual?
    thanks a lot.

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    Re: jittery and nervousness

    Hi jctgf

    Jittery means extremely tense and nervous. It's neither formal nor informal. It's neutral.


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