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reassure

verb /riəˈʃuə/
to take away the doubts or fears of
tranquilizar
The woman was worried about the dangers of taking aspirins, but her doctor reassured her.
reassurance noun the process of reassuring or being reassured.
tranquilidad, consuelo
something said etc that makes a person feel reassured
palabras tranquilizadoras
She wants reassurance Despite his reassurances, I’m still not happy.
reassuring adjective
tranquilizador
the doctor’s reassuring remarks.
reassuringly adverb
tranquilizadoramente
The machine is reassuringly well-built.
(Definition of reassure from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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