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Pronunciation: /iːz/

Translation of ease in Arabic:


  • 1 (lack of difficulty) سُهولة for ease of use/reference لِتَسْهيلِ الاسْتِعْمالِ \ العُثورِ على المَرْجِعِ

transitive verb/فعل متعد (eases, easing, eased)

  • 1 (to lessen) خَفَّفَ (II) [the pain] [tension] [a shortage] to ease sb's burden خَفَّفَ العِبْءَ عن كاهِلِ شَخْصٍ
  • 3 (to move carefully)to ease sth into sth وَضَعَ شَيْئاً في شَيْءٍ بِهُدوءٍ to ease sth out of sth أَخْرَجَ شَيْئاً من شَيْءٍ بِهُدوءٍ

intransitive verb/فعل غير متعد (eases, easing, eased)

  • 1 (to lessen) [tension] [pain] [traffic] خَفَّ (I) (stem vowel = i)

Phrasal verbs

ease off

(to lessen) [demand] [rain] خَفَّ (I) (stem vowel = i)
ease [sth] offease off [sth] (to remove gently) نَزَعَ [شَيْئاً] بِلُطْفٍ [a lid] [one's boot] he was able to ease the lid off without spilling the contents اسْتَطاعَ أنْ يَنْزَعَ الغِطاءَ بِلُطْفٍ دون أنْ يُريقَ المُحْتَوَياتِ

ease up

(to lessen) [traffic] [storm] هَدَأَ (stem vowel = a) (I), خَفَّ (stem vowel = i) (I) 1.1 (to relax) [team] [workers] اسْتَراحَ (X)

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