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Japanese translation of “soothe”

soothe

verb
 
/suːð/ (present participle soothing, past tense and past participle soothed)
to make something feel less painful
(痛み)を和らげる
I had a long, hot bath to soothe my aching muscles.
to make someone feel calm or less worried
(人)を落ち着かせる, 安心させる
to soothe a crying baby
(Definition of soothe from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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