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relaxing
Pronunciation: / rəˈlæksɪŋ / Pronunciation: / rɪˈlaksɪŋ /

Translation of relaxing in Spanish:

adjective

  • (bath/massage)
    at least we had a relaxing time
    al menos descansamos
    we spent a relaxing few days in the country
    pasamos unos días de descanso en el campo
    she's hardly a relaxing person to be with
    con ella siempre se está en tensión

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