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peace

noun [U]
 
 
/piːs/
NO VIOLENCE B2 a situation in which there is no war, violence, or arguing: peace talks a peace agreement/treaty There seems little hope for world peace. The UN sent troops to the region to keep the peace.Peaceful and tranquilPeaceStopping fighting
QUIET B1 quiet and calm: a feeling of peace After a busy day, all I want is peace and quiet. I wish you'd stop complaining and leave me in peace!Peaceful and tranquil
peace of mind a feeling that you do not need to worry about anything: We lock our doors and windows at night for peace of mind. → See also Justice of the PeacePeaceful and tranquil
(Definition of peace from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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