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lax
læks
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Emptying easily or excessively.
  2. Lacking in rigor or strictness.
  3. Lacking in strength or firmness or resilience.
  4. Pronounced with muscles of the tongue and jaw relatively relaxed (e.g., the vowel sound in `bet').
Hyphenationlax
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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sōngloose; to loosen; to relax
松懈sōngxièto relax; to relax efforts; to slack off; to take it easy; complacent; undisciplined
腹泻fùxièdiarrhea; to have the runs
xièlax; negligent
涣散huànsànto slacken; lax; slack; disorganized
自由散漫zìyóu sǎnmàneasy-going; lax; unconstrained; unruly
稀松xīsōngpoor; sloppy; unconcerned; heedless; lax; unimportant; trivial; loose; porous
松弛sōngchíto relax; relaxed; limp; lax
léi(interchangeable U+50AB ) utterly weary in body and spirits; negligent; lax
sōngpine; fir, (same as ) loose; lax; slack
zhāngto deceive; to delude, careless; lax; heedless
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