relax, loosen up, unbend, unwind, decompress, slow down(verb)
become less tense, rest, or take one's ease
"He relaxed in the hot tub"; "Let's all relax after a hard day's work"
straighten, decompress, slow down, unbend, depressurise, loosen, disentangle, warm up, slacken, depressurize, unlax, unroll, limber up, loosen up, slow, decelerate, unstuff, loose, slack up, wind off, slow up, uncompress, retard, slack, unwind, make relaxed, unstrain
make less taut
"relax the tension on the rope"
loosen, relax, loose(verb)
become loose or looser or less tight
"The noose loosened"; "the rope relaxed"
let loose, untie, liberate, decompress, slow down, unbend, unloosen, tease, loosen, undo, loosen up, unlax, tease apart, release, free, loose, slack up, unleash, unloose, slack, unwind, make relaxed, unstrain, slacken
relax, unstrain, unlax, loosen up, unwind, make relaxed(verb)
cause to feel relaxed
"A hot bath always relaxes me"
relax, loosen up(verb)
become less tense, less formal, or less restrained, and assume a friendlier manner
"our new colleague relaxed when he saw that we were a friendly group"
make less severe or strict
"The government relaxed the curfew after most of the rebels were caught"
become less severe or strict
"The rules relaxed after the new director arrived"
slack, slacken, slack up, relax(verb)
make less active or fast
"He slackened his pace as he got tired"; "Don't relax your efforts now"
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How to use relax in a sentence?
Don’t rush traffic, take your time and relax. -Aaron Jhinkoo
Christians don't own December. Even if Christmas as a Christian holiday didn't exist right now, I think there would be plenty of reason that it makes sense to take a couple weeks off at the end of the year, when the weather isn't great, when everyone kind of needs a break from work, this is a nice way to just relax and spend time with your family. If it coincides with the majority's religious holiday, great.
Simply, what it really means to do one's best is, just to do one's utmost i.e. to make the greatest possible effort that you can make in anything. And once you've done your best in anything. Just relax and dare to count on God to do the rest for you. For, he can and he will surely do the rest just for you. Anyway, have you been doing your best at all?
Put duties aside at least an hour before bed and perform soothing, quiet activities that will help you relax.
Contact tracing is key especially as the UK starts to relax the social and physical distancing measures. There has to be a robust track-and-trace system in place of operation.
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- relaxar, afluixarCatalan, Valencian
- slappe af, falde til roDanish
- entspannen, lockernGerman
- reposar, relajar, aflojar, relájeseSpanish
- rauhoittua, relata, höllentää, löysentää, rentoutua, höllentyä, hölletäFinnish
- se détendre, détendre, relâcher, détendez-vousFrench
- आराम करेंHindi
- laxigar, laxeskarIdo
- くつろぐ, 落ち着かせる, 緊張を解く, 落ち着く, 緩和する, 緩める, 和らげる, くつろがせる, ほっとするJapanese
- 편하게 하다Korean
- relaxō, relaxatLatin
- losmaken, ontspannenDutch
- slappe avNorwegian
- relaxar, afrouxar, soltarPortuguese
- relaxa, destinde, desfaceRomanian
- ослабить, расслабляться, распускаться, смягчать, смягчить, смягчиться, расслаблять, расслабить, распускать, распустить, расслабиться, ослаблять, распуститься, смягчатьсяRussian
- koppla avSwedish
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