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relieved
American English: /rəˈlivd/
British English: /rɪˈliːvd/

Translation of relieved in Spanish:

adjective

  • aliviado
    to feel relieved
    sentir un gran alivio
    sentirse aliviado
    I'm so relieved that it's all over
    menos mal que ya ha pasado todo
    we were all relieved to hear that …
    a todos nos tranquilizó enterarnos de que …
    Example sentences
    • Are you relieved to know that she's not dying or very ill?
    • More than 30 were relieved to discover they were staying at the school.
    • However, I also felt relieved that he wasn't here to complicate things.

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