Relaxed - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |rɪˈlækst|  American pronunciation of the word relaxed
Brit.  |rɪˈlakst|  British pronunciation of the word relaxed
- this word is a past tense form of the verbto relax
- this word is a past participle form of the verbto relax

adjective

- without strain or anxiety

gave the impression of being quite relaxed
a relaxed and informal discussion

Examples

Gail was lying in the sun looking very relaxed and happy.

I feel more relaxed about my career than I used to.

There's a very relaxed atmosphere in the school.

She has a fairly relaxed approach to housework.

Nothing makes me feel more relaxed than a nice hot bath.

I used to get really nervous performing, but I'm pretty relaxed about it now.

He's a very relaxed guy.

The restaurant had a relaxed atmosphere.

The seminar was very relaxed—we met at the professor's house instead of the lecture hall.

We have a relaxed dress code at the office.

gave the impression of being quite relaxed

At work he was always very serious, but in his private life, he was actually very funny and relaxed.

A hot shower relaxed the tight muscles in my neck and shoulders.

The players seem more relaxed and confident this season.

...usually quite aloof in public, he's actually quite relaxed with his intimates...

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