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British English: /iːz/
American English: /iz/

Translation of ease in Arabic:


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

transitive verb/فعل متعد eases, easing, eased

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

intransitive verb/فعل غير متعد eases, easing, eased

  • 1
    (to lessen) (tension, pain, traffic) (Form I) (stem vowel = i)

Phrasal verbs

ease off

(to lessen) (demand, rain) (Form I) (stem vowel = i)
ease [something] off, ease off [something] (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) (stem vowel = a) (Form I) (stem vowel = i) (Form I)
(to relax) (team, workers) (Form X)

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