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2 Translation results for relaxed in Spanish

adjective | verb

relaxed adjective

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(persona) relajado, tranquilo; (ambiente) relajado, distendido; suelto, relajado; casual

Example sentences of
relaxed adjective

  • Nothing makes me feel more relaxed than a nice hot bath.
  • I used to get really nervous performing, but I'm pretty relaxed about it now.
  • He's a very relaxed guy.
  • The restaurant had a relaxed atmosphere.
  • The seminar was very relaxed—we met at the professor's house instead of the lecture hall.
  • We have a relaxed dress code at the office.
  • a relaxed set of rules
  • The seminar was very relaxed-we met at the professor's house instead of the lecture hall.

Synonyms of
relaxed adjective

Detailed synonyms for relaxed adjective

See: Loose

relax verb

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relaxed, has relaxed, is relaxing, relaxes
relajar, aflojar; relajarse
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A man relaxing in the grass

Example sentences of
relax verb

  • The muscles in my neck and shoulders should relax after a nice hot shower.
  • A hot shower relaxed the tight muscles in my neck and shoulders.
  • I can't relax with all this noise!
  • Just relax, there's nothing to worry about.
  • Try to relax and enjoy the ride.

Reverse translation for relaxed

relajado  (persona)
tranquilo  - calm, tranquil 
relajado  (ambiente)
suelto  - loose, free, unattached 
relajado  - relaxed, loose, dissolute, depraved 
casual  - fortuitous, accidental, casual (of clothing), haphazard 
relajar  - to relax, to slacken, to be relaxing 
aflojar  - to loosen, to slacken, to slacken, to ease up, to pay up, to fork over 
relajarse  - to relax 
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