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English definition of “settled”

settled

adjective  /ˈset̬·əld/ us  

settled adjective (LIVING IN ONE PLACE)

living in one place and not likely to move: After living in several countries, we’re now enjoying a more settled life.

settled adjective (COMFORTABLE )

comfortable and happy in a place or situation: Although I lived there for over a year, I never really felt settled in that apartment.
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