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Adjective
Having an easy-going mood or temperament
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“He's generally very relaxed and seldom gets upset over anything.”
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Having a relaxed, friendly, or unofficial style, manner, or nature
“The establishment had very relaxed rules on staff behavior.”
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Relaxed or leisurely
“We enjoyed a nice and relaxed weekend away.”
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In a state of comfort and relaxation
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“I felt completely relaxed inside the warm cottage.”
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Not fixed in place tightly or firmly
“Any rope expert will tell you that a relaxed rope is more supple.”
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Requiring or involving very little or no effort
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(of a person or their behaviour) Uncontrived and genuine
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Acting or done at leisure
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Lacking in energy, spirit, liveliness or vitality
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Full of energy and vigor
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Diverted
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Not limited or restricted
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Unstable or shaky
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(archaic) Overfamiliar or forward
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Lacking restraint, or ignoring societal standards, particularly in sexual conduct
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Containing one or more drugs
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Not allied with any particular nation, or to any side in a dispute
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Resembling informal spoken language
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Being well received by others
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Fulfilled
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Socially unconventional in an artistic way
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To quench or satisfy (one's thirst)
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Past tense for to rest or engage in an enjoyable activity so as to become less tired or anxious
“I am looking forward to my next holiday where I can finally get away from work and relax.”
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Past tense for to make or become less taut or tight
“He would gradually relax his grip on his weapon as tensions abated.”
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Past tense for to calm down
“I tried to relax him and assure him that things were nowhere near as bad as they seemed.”
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(of a rule or restriction) Past tense for to make less strict
“Diplomacy will be required for the government to relax the current restrictions on trade.”
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Past tense for to become less severe or intense
“He claimed the underlying problems would relax if the strike could be settled with arbitration.”
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