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tranquilizar

Translation of tranquilizar in English:

verbo transitivo/transitive verb

  • estaba histérico e intenté tranquilizarlo he was hysterical and I tried to calm him down sus palabras la tranquilizaron his words reassured her me tranquiliza ver que ahora se llevan mejor I'm relieved to see (that) they're getting along better now intentó tranquilizar los ánimos he tried to calm people o/or things down

verbo pronominal/pronominal verb (tranquilizarse)

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