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Translation of "calm" - English-Spanish dictionary

calm

adjective /kaːm/
still or quiet en calma, tranquilo, apacible a calm sea The weather was calm. not anxious or excited tranquilo, sosegado, calmado a calm person/expression Please keep calm! calmly adverb con calma, tranquilamente Do you have the ability to act calmly in the face of danger? calmness noun tranquilidad, calma She reacted with calmness and did not lose her temper. calm down phrasal verb to make or become calm tranquilizarse, calmarse He tried to calm her down by giving her some brandy Calm down!
(Definition of calm from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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