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peace

noun /piːs/
(sometimes with a) (a time of) freedom from war; (a treaty or agreement which brings about) the end or stopping of a war
paz
Does our country want peace or war? (also adjective) a peace treaty.
freedom from disturbance; quietness
paz
I need some peace and quiet.
peaceable adjective liking peace; not fighting, quarrelling/quarreling etc
pacífico, tranquilo
He’s a very peaceable person.
peaceably adverb
pacíficamente, tranquilamente
peaceful adjective quiet; calm; without worry or disturbance
tranquilo, sosegado, relajado
It’s very peaceful in the country.
peacefully adverb
tranquilamente, sosegadamente, relajadamente
I’m sure that the dispute can be settled peacefully.
peacefulness noun
paz, tranquilidad, sosiego
peacemaker noun a person who tries to make peace between enemies, people who are quarrelling/quarreling etc
pacificador, conciliador
When my brother and sister quarrel, I act as peacemaker.
peace-offering noun something offered or given to make peace
prenda/ofrenda de paz
She took him a drink as a peace-offering.
peacetime noun a time when there is no war
tiempo de paz
Even in peacetime, a soldier’s life is hard.
at peace not at war; not fighting
en paz
The two countries were at peace.
in peace without disturbance
en paz
Why can’t you leave me in peace?
not wanting to fight
pacíficamente
They said they came in peace.
make peace to agree to end a war
hacer las paces, firmar la paz
The two countries finally made peace (with each other).
peace of mind noun freedom from worry etc
tranquilidad de espíritu, serenidad
She took out the insurance policy for her own peace of mind.
(Definition of peace from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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