calm noun Meaning in the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary
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Meaning of “calm” - Learner’s Dictionary

calm

noun [U]
 
 
/kɑːm/
calm conditions or behaviourPeaceful and tranquilCalm and relaxed
Translations of “calm”
in Arabic هاديء…
in Korean 평온함…
in Malaysian ketenangan…
in French calme…
in Turkish sükûnet, sessizlik, sakinlik…
in Italian calma…
in Chinese (Traditional) 寧靜(的時期),安詳(的時期), 心情放鬆,泰然自若…
in Russian спокойствие…
in Polish spokój…
in Vietnamese sự yên tĩnh…
in Spanish tranquilidad, sosiego…
in Portuguese calma, tranquilidade…
in Thai ความสงบ…
in German die Ruhe…
in Catalan calma…
in Japanese 穏やかさ…
in Indonesian kesunyian…
in Chinese (Simplified) 宁静(的时期),安详(的时期), 心情放松,泰然自若…
(Definition of calm noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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