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soothe
suːð
Main
English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Cause to feel better.
  2. Give moral or emotional strength to.
Hyphenationsoothe
Part of Speech(及物的动) transitive verb, (不及物的动) intransitive verb
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缓和huǎnhéto ease (tension); to alleviate; to moderate; to allay; to make more mild
安静ānjìngquiet; peaceful; calm
安慰ānwèito comfort; to console
奉承fèngchengto fawn on; to flatter; to ingratiate oneself; flattery
解劝jiěquànto soothe; to pacify; to mollify; to mediate (in a dispute etc)
to soothe, to pacify; to settle, to establish
宽慰kuānwèito console; to soothe; relieved
抚慰fǔwèito console; to comfort; to soothe
收服shōufúto subdue; to force to capitulate; to reduce to submission; to soothe
(same as ) to skip about; to dance for joy; to soothe, slow, disappointed
yuǎnto console; to comfort; to soothe; to show sympathy for, ill-will; enmity; animus
wǎn(same as ) to obey; obedient; to comply, to console; to comfort; to soothe
quànto advise; to urge; to try to persuade; to exhort; to console; to soothe
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