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"tranquil" in British English

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tranquiladjective

uk   /ˈtræŋ.kwɪl/  us   /ˈtræn-/
tranquilly
adverb uk   us   /-kwɪ.li/
(Definition of tranquil from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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tranquiladjective

 us   /ˈtræŋ·kwɪl/
calm, ​quiet, and ​peaceful: I ​lay on the ​dock under a tranquil ​bluesky.
tranquility
noun [U] (also tranquillity)  us   /træŋˈkwɪl·ɪ·t̬i/
The tranquility of the ​foresthelps me ​relax.
tranquilize
verb [T]  us   /ˈtræŋ·kwəˌlɑɪz/
Vets had to tranquilize the ​coyote before ​moving her.
(Definition of tranquil from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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 Spanish tranquilo…
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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