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soothe

verb /suːð/
to calm, comfort or quieten (a person, his feelings etc)
calmar, tranquilizar
She was so upset that it took half an hour to soothe her.
to ease (pain etc)
aliviar, calmar
The medicine soothed the child’s toothache.
soothing adjective
sedante, calmante, tranquilizante
a soothing ointment.
soothingly adverb
tranquilizadoramente
She spoke to him soothingly.
(Definition of soothe from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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