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Meaning of “placid” - Learner’s Dictionary

placid

adjective     /ˈplæsɪd/
A placid person is calm and does not often get angry or excited.Patient and uncomplaining
placidly adverb
Translations of “placid”
in Spanish plácido…
in Vietnamese điềm tĩnh…
in Thai สงบนิ่ง…
in Malaysian tenang…
in French placide…
in German ruhig…
in Indonesian tenang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 宁静的, 平和的…
in Turkish sakin, uysal, halim selim…
in Russian спокойный, безмятежный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 寧靜的, 平和的…
in Polish opanowany…
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