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English definition of “relaxed”

relaxed

adjective uk   /rɪˈlækst/ us  
B1 feeling happy and comfortable because nothing is worrying you: She seemed relaxed and in control of the situation. B2 A relaxed situation or place is comfortable and informal: It's a very friendly bar with a nice relaxed atmosphere. If someone is relaxed about something, they are not worried about it: My parents are fairly relaxed about me staying out late.
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