Bedeutung von “ease off/up” — Learner’s Dictionary

ease off/up

phrasal verb with ease us uk /iːz/ verb
STOP

to gradually stop or become less:

The storm is easing off.
WORK LESS

to start to work less or do things with less energy:

As he got older, he started to ease up a little.
TREAT LESS SEVERELY

to start to treat someone less severely:

I wish his supervisor would ease up on him a bit.

(Definition von “ease off/up” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)