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reassureverb [T]

 us   /ˌri·əˈʃʊr/
to ​comfort someone and ​stop that ​person from ​worrying: Her ​smile didn’t reassure me.
reassuring
adjective  us   /ˌri·əˈʃʊr·ɪŋ/
His reassuring ​mannerconvinced her she was ​safe.
reassuringly
adverb  us   /ˌri·əˈʃʊr·ɪŋ·li/
I ​bent down and ​patted the ​dog reassuringly.
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reassureverb [T]

uk   /ˌriː.əˈʃɔːr/  us   /-ˈʃʊr/
C1 to ​comfort someone and ​stop them from ​worrying: [+ to infinitive] I was ​nervous on my first ​day at ​college, but I was reassured tosee some ​friendlyfaces. [+ (that)] He reassured me (that) my ​cheque would ​arrivesoon.

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