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laid-back

Syllabification: laid-back
Pronunciation: /ˌlādˈbak
 
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Definition of laid-back in English:

adjective

informal
Relaxed and easygoing: a shaggy dog with an engaging, laid-back temperament
More example sentences
  • We both grew up there, and I'd say he's a typical Borders lad, very easygoing and laid-back.
  • You can see from this weekend that it's all very informal, with casual dress and a laid-back atmosphere.
  • It's such a laid-back, calm city and I felt very much at peace there.
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