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tranquil

adjective   /ˈtræŋ·kwɪl/
calm and quiet tranquilo a tranquil garden
(Definition of tranquil from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

tranquil

adjective /trӕŋkwil/
quiet; peaceful tranquilo Life in the country is not always tranquil.
tranquilly adverb
tranquilamente
tranquillity noun
tranquilidad People come to the island seeking peace and tranquility.
tranquillizer noun ( ( also tranquiliserBritish))
( medical ) a drug especially a pill to calm the nerves or cause sleep tranquilizante, calmante He took a tranquillizer.
tranquillity is spelt with two ls.
(Definition of tranquil from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “tranquil”
in Korean 고요한…
in Arabic هادئ…
in Malaysian tenteram…
in French tranquille…
in Russian спокойный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 安靜的,平靜的, 安寧的…
in Italian tranquillo, quieto…
in Turkish sessiz, sakin, asude…
in Polish spokojny…
in Vietnamese yên tĩnh…
in Portuguese tranquilo…
in Thai สงบสุข…
in German ruhig…
in Catalan tranquil…
in Japanese 静かな, 落ち着いた…
in Chinese (Simplified) 安静的,平静的, 安宁的…
in Indonesian tenang…
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