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calm

adjective
 
 
/kɑːm/
PERSON B1 relaxed and not worried, frightened, or excited
spokojny
a calm voice/manner Try to stay calm - the doctor will be here soon.Calm and relaxed
SEA B1 If the sea is calm, it is still and has no large waves.
spokojny
Waves
WEATHER B1 If the weather is calm, there are no storms or wind.
bezwietrzny
Wind and windsStormy weather
calmness noun [U]
spokój
(Definition of calm adjective from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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