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Translation of "soothe" - English-Spanish dictionary

soothe

verb   /suːð/ ( present participle soothing, past tense and past participle soothed)
to make something feel less painful aliviar I had a long, hot bath to soothe my aching muscles.
to make someone feel calm or less worried tranquilizar, calmar to soothe a crying baby
(Definition of soothe from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

soothe

verb /suːð/
to calm, comfort or quieten (a person, his feelings etc) calmar, tranquilizar She was so upset that it took half an hour to soothe her.
to ease (pain etc) aliviar, calmar The medicine soothed the child’s toothache.
soothing adjective
sedante, calmante, tranquilizante a soothing ointment.
soothingly adverb
tranquilizadoramente She spoke to him soothingly.
(Definition of soothe from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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