estar] (libre de preocupaciones) See examples: ahora que consiguió empleo estoy más tranquiloviven tranquilos allí en su granjitaI feel better o happier now that he's found a job¡tranquilo!they lead a peaceful o tranquil life on their little farmtú, tranquila, que de eso me encargo yorelax! o keep calm! o don't worry!no estaré tranquila hasta que llamethere's no need for you to worry o don't worry, I'll take care of thatno estará tranquilo hasta que lo rompaI won't relax until he callsdéjalo tranquilohe won't be happy o satisfied until he breaks it!tengo la conciencia tranquilaleave him alone1.2[my conscience is clear ser] (persona) (pacífico) 1.3[ estar] (mar/ambiente) llevan una vida muy tranquila1.4[they lead a very quiet life estar] (sin inmutarse) See examples: su hermano está en el hospital y él tan tranquilome dijo que se lo había llevado ella y se quedó tan tranquilahis brother's in hospital and he doesn't seem at all worried o bothered o perturbedel tren pasó casi rozando y ellos se quedaron tan tranquilosshe told me she had taken it, as cool as you like o as cool as a cucumber o quite unashamedlyshe told me, quite calmly o boldly, that she had taken itlo dijo mal y se quedó tan tranquilothe train passed within an inch of us and they didn't turn a hair o they didn't bat an eyelash (inglés norteamericano) o (inglés británico) eyelidthe train passed within an inch of us and they were quite unperturbedhe said it wrong but he just carried on regardless o as if nothing had happenedhe said it wrong but he was completely unfazed o unabashed
- Que Cotler se mude a Venezuela y nos deje tranquilos.
- La playa es enorme y tiene aguas muy tranquilas.
- Tenía la conciencia tranquila y me había prometido unas vacaciones.
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