Translation of relax in Spanish:
- 1.1(person)she plays the guitar to relaxrelajarseI find it hard to relax in their companytoca la guitarra para relajarse or como esparcimientola guitarra le sirve de relaxrelax, I'll take care of everythingno me encuentro del todo cómodo or a gusto con ellosme cuesta relajarme cuando están ellos1.2quédate tranquilo que yo me encargo de todo(muscle/features)his grip on her relaxed slightlyrelajarsedejó de sujetarla con tanta fuerzaExample sentences
- When you have a leg cramp, relax the muscle through gentle massage, or heat the muscle with a warm towel or hot water bottle.
- Chelsea frowns, but quickly relaxes her eyebrow muscles - not wanting to crack the clear facial mask.
- Many things may cause a child to be unable to relax their sphincter muscles when trying to urinate.
- 1.1(person)1.2(muscles/rules/discipline)she relaxed her griphe didn't relax his concentrationsujetó con menos fuerzawe will not relax our effortscontinuó muy concentradono cejaremos en nuestro empeñoExample sentences
- So this Saturday restrictions are being relaxed to Level 2.
- Some restrictions may be relaxed soon, he says - but it won't be much.
- Not only do attitudes need to change, but the regulatory restrictions could be considerably relaxed.
- She smiled at me, friendly, and I relaxed - then tensed slightly, because the door was closing behind me.
- Whereas she's relatively calm and relaxed, he's tense and anxious.
- After a couple minutes, her tense body relaxed and she wiggled in the stretcher to get more comfortable.
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