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relieved British & World English

No longer feeling distressed or anxious; reassured

relieve British & World English

Cause (pain, distress, or difficulty) to become less severe or serious

relieve someone of in relieve British & World English

Take (a burden) from someone

relieve oneself in relieve British & World English

Used as a formal or euphemistic expression for urination or defecation

relieved English Thesaurus

I'll be relieved when it's all over

relieved English-Spanish

aliviado

to feel relieved in relieved English-Spanish

sentir* un gran alivio, sentirse* aliviado

we were all relieved to hear that … in relieved English-Spanish

a todos nos tranquilizó enterarnos de que …

I can't tell you how relieved I am! in tell English-Spanish

¡no te imaginas el alivio que siento!

he wasn't upset about it; rather, he was relieved in rather English-Spanish

no estaba disgustado sino más bien aliviado

they'll have to sweat it out until they're relieved in sweat English-Spanish

van a tener que aguantar hasta que los releven

they'll have to sweat it out until they're relieved in sweat out English-Spanish

van a tener que aguantar hasta que los releven

they were relieved to learn that she was alive and well in alive English-Spanish

se enteraron con alivio de que estaba sana y salva