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Spanish translation of “ease”

ease

noun /iːz/
freedom from pain or from worry or hard work
alivio, bienestar
a lifetime of ease.
freedom from difficulty
facilidad
He passed his exam with ease.
naturalness
soltura
We were impressed by her ease of manner.
easily adverb without difficulty
fácilmente
She won the race easily.
by far
con diferencia
This is easily the best book I’ve read this year.
very probably
probablemente
It may easily rain tomorrow.
easiness noun
facilidad
the easiness with which she passed the test.
easy adjective (comparative easier, superlative easiest) not difficult
fácil
This is an easy job (to do).
free from pain, trouble, anxiety etc
tranquilo
He had an easy day at the office.
friendly an easy manner/smile. relaxed; leisurely
tranquilo
The farmer walked with an easy stride.
easy chair noun a chair that is soft and comfortable, eg an armchair.
sillón, butaca
easy-going adjective not inclined to worry
tranquilo, de buen trato, fácil de tratar
She possesses an easy-going manner.
easy listening noun music that is pleasant and relaxing to listen to, but is not very interesting
música tranquila
at ease free from anxiety or embarrassment
(estar) cómodo
He is completely at ease among strangers.
easier said than done more difficult than it at first seems
más difícil de lo que parece, más fácil decirlo que hacerlo
Getting seats for the concert is easier said than done.
go easy on to be careful with
no pasarse con algo
Go easy on the wine – there won’t be enough for the rest of the guests.
stand at ease (eg soldiers) to stand with legs apart and hands clasped behind the back
quedarse en posición de descanso
The troops were ordered to stand at ease.
take it easy not to work etc hard or energetically; to avoid using much effort
tomar las cosas con calma
The doctor told him to take it easy.
take one’s ease to make oneself comfortable; to relax
tomarse un respiro, descansar
There he was – taking his ease in his father’s chair!
(Definition of ease from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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