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Meaning of “calm” - Learner’s Dictionary

calm

verb [T]     /kɑːm/
to make someone stop feeling upset, angry, or excited: The police tried to calm the crowd. a calming effectCalming and relaxingMaking things betterBecoming better
Translations of “calm”
in Korean -를 진정시키다…
in Arabic يُهَدّيء…
in Portuguese acalmar, tranquilizar…
in Catalan calmar…
in Japanese ~を落ち着かせる, ~が落ち着く…
in Italian calmare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 使平靜, 使安靜, 使鎮靜…
in Russian успокаивать…
in Turkish sakinleştirmek, teskin etmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使平静, 使安静, 使镇静…
in Polish uspokajać…
(Definition of calm verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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