Translation of relaxed in Spanish:

relaxed

Pronunciation: /rɪˈlækst/

adjective/adjetivo

  • [manner/person] relajado, tranquilo; [atmosphere/party] informal they have a very relaxed attitude to it all se lo toman todo con mucha tranquilidad she seems very relaxed about the exam no parece demasiado preocupada por el examen
    More example sentences
    • The welcoming blue eyes crossed with guarded tension, and her relaxed pose stiffened with anxiety.
    • Onboard, you will find a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere with excellent service.
    • And check it out you should - it's a pleasant, neighbourhoody spot, with friendly staff and a relaxed atmosphere.

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