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pacify

verb /ˈpӕsifai/ ( past tense, past participle pacified)
to make calm or peaceful
apaciguar, calmar
She tried to pacify the quarrelling children.
pacification /-fi-/ noun
pacificación
pacification of the region.
pacifier /ˈpæsiˌfaiə/ noun (American ) a rubber or plastic object for a baby to suck; dummy (British)
Chupete
something that makes people calm.
Pacificador
pacifism noun the belief that all war is wrong and that one must not take part in it
pacifismo
The Quaker faith of his father drew him to pacifism.
pacifist noun a person who believes in pacifism
pacifista
As a pacifist he refused to fight in the war.
(Definition of pacify from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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