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calm

adjective
 
 
/kɑːm/
peaceful and quiet; without hurried movement, worry or noise
平靜的;冷靜的,鎮靜的;安靜的
After a night of fighting, the streets are now calm.
經過一夜的戰鬥,街上現在平靜了。
He has a very calm manner.
他舉止沉著鎮靜。
Now keep calm everyone, the police are on their way.
現在請大家保持安靜,員警就要來了。
Calm and relaxed
describes weather which is not windy, or the sea or a lake when it is still and has no waves
(天氣)無風的;(海或湖)風平浪靜的,平靜的
Describing good weather
calmly
 
 
/ˈkɑːm.li/ adverb
in a quiet or relaxed way
安靜地;平靜地;鎮靜地
She reacted surprisingly calmly to the news of his death.
聽到他的死訊,她的反應出奇地平靜。
Calm and relaxed
calmness
 
 
/ˈkɑːm.nəs/ noun [U]
(Definition of calm adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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