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calm

adjective
 
/kɑːm/
B1 relaxed and not worried or frightened
(人の態度などが)穏やかな
a calm voice
B1 If the weather or the sea is calm, it is quiet and peaceful.
(天気や海が)穏やかな
calmly /kɑːm·li/ adverb in a relaxed way
穏やかに
He spoke slowly and calmly.
(Definition of calm adjective from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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