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Spanish translation of “ease”

ease

verb
(often with off) to make or become less strong, less severe, less fast ease
aflojar
The pain has eased (off) The driver eased off as he approached the town.
to move (something heavy or awkward) gently or gradually in or out of position
mover con cuidado
They eased the wardrobe carefully up the narrow staircase.
(Definition of ease from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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