Significado de “calm” - en el Diccionario Inglés


uk /kɑːm/ us /kɑːm/

B1 peaceful, quiet, and without worry:

He has a very calm manner.
Now keep calm everyone, the police are on their way.

without hurried movement or noise:

After a night of fighting, the streets are now calm.

B1 If the weather is calm, there is no wind, or if the sea or a lake is calm, it is still and has no waves.

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adverb uk /ˈkɑː us /ˈkɑː


B2 in a quiet or relaxed way:

She reacted surprisingly calmly to the news of his death.
noun [ U ] uk /ˈkɑːm.nəs/ us /ˈkɑːm.nəs/

calmverb [ T ]

uk /kɑːm/ us /kɑːm/


uk /kɑːm/ us /kɑːm/

(Definición de calm del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

calm en inglés americano

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calmadjective [ -er/-est only ]

us /kɑm, kɑlm/

peaceful, quiet, or relaxed; without hurried movement, anxiety, or noise:

The pilot said we’d have to make an emergency landing, and the flight attendants tried to keep us calm.

If weather is described as calm, it is not windy, and if the sea is described as calm, it is still or has only small waves:

Our ship arrived at the Mississippi delta on a calm, clear night.
noun [ U ] us /kɑm, kɑlm/

Amid the calm, there was a sense that something could happen at any moment.
adverb us /ˈkɑm·li, ˈkɑlm-/

He calmly made both free throws to win the game.
noun [ U ] us /ˈkɑm·nəs, ˈkɑlm-/

The calmness and professionalism of the crew gave us confidence.

calmverb [ I/T ]

us /kɑm, kɑlm/

to lessen someone's anxiety or make them more peaceful, quiet, or relaxed:

[ T ] He tried his best to calm her (down).
[ I ] I needed some time to calm down.

(Definición de calm del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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