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Translation of "comfort" - English-Spanish dictionary

comfort

noun /ˈkamfət/
a pleasant condition of being physically or mentally relaxed, happy, warm etc
comodidad, confort, bienestar
They now live in comfort.
anything that provides a little luxury, or makes one feel happier, or better able to bear misfortune
comodidad
He enjoyed the comforts of the hotel Her presence was a comfort to him in his grief words of comfort.
comfortable adjective in comfort; pleasantly relaxed
tranquilo, relajado
He looked very comfortable in his chair.
producing a good physical feeling
cómodo
a comfortable chair.
financially secure without being rich
acomodado, desahogado
a comfortable standard of living.
comfortably adverb
cómodamente
We were comfortably accommodated in the Randolph Hotel.
comforter noun a person or thing that comforts you
Consuelo
The child was holding a teddy bear as a comforter.
(American ) a cover for a bed that is filled with a soft warm material; duvet(British).
Edredon
comforting adjective producing a pleasant or relaxed feeling
reconfortante
a comforting thought.
comfy adjective ( comparative comfier, superlative comfiest) (informal) comfortable
Confortable
a comfy chair.
be comfortably off to have enough money to live in comfort
vivir cómodamente
I have the impression that her family is comfortably off.
comfort zone noun the range of situations or activities where someone feels safe, confident, and in control
Zona de Confort
This training course is very challenging and will take most people out of their comfort zone.
the range of temperatures in the environment within which most people feel comfortable.
Zone de Confort
(Definition of comfort from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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