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take it/things easy

B1 to ​relax and not use too much ​energy: I wasn't ​feeling too good, so I ​thought I'd take it easy for a ​couple of ​days.
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Translations of “take it/things easy”
in Chinese (Simplified) 不拼命工作, 放松, 休息…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不拼命工作, 放鬆, 休息…
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