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rest easy

(also rest assured)
used to tell someone not to worry and that you are in control of the situation: "Rest assured, Mrs Cooper" said the police officer. "We will find your son for you."
Translations of “rest easy”
in Chinese (Traditional) (用於安慰某人)請放心,別擔心…
in Chinese (Simplified) (用于安慰某人)请放心,别担心…
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