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relieve
rɪ'liːv
Main
English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Provide physical relief, as from pain.
  2. Provide relief for.
  3. Alleviate or remove (pressure or stress) or make less oppressive.
  4. Grant exemption or release to.
  5. Relieve oneself of troubling information.
  6. Lessen the intensity of or calm.
  7. Take by stealing.
  8. Free from a burden, evil, or distress.
  9. Free someone temporarily from his or her obligations.
  10. Save from ruin, destruction, or harm.
  11. Grant relief or an exemption from a rule or requirement to.
Hyphenationre•lieve
Part of Speech(及物的动) transitive verb
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减轻jiǎnqīngto lighten; to ease; to alleviate
救济jiùjìemergency relief; to help the needy with cash or goods
解除jiěchúto remove; to sack; to get rid of; to relieve (somebody of their duties); to free; to lift (an embargo); to rescind (an agreement)
免除miǎnchúto prevent; to avoid; to excuse; to exempt; to relieve; (of a debt) to remit
调剂tiáojìto adjust; to balance; to make up a medical prescription
衬托chèntuōto set off
显著xiǎnzhùoutstanding; notable; remarkable; statistically significant
祛风qūfēngto relieve (cold, rheumatic pain etc); lit. to dispel pathogenic wind (TCM)
纾解shūjiěto relieve; to ease (pressure); to alleviate; to remove; to get rid of
shūto express; to give expression to; variant of ; to relieve
换班huànbānto change shift; the next work shift; to relieve (a workman on the previous shift); to take over the job
援救yuánjiùto come to the aid of; to save; to rescue from danger; to relieve
疏解shūjiěto mediate; to mitigate; to ease; to relieve
shūabundant; ample; at ease; relaxed; to free from; to relieve
qiúhatred; grudge; enmity; animosity, (interchangeable ) to save; to relieve; to rescue; to deliver; to aid
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