Ease off - definition, transcription

Amer.  |ˈiːz ˈɒf|
Brit.  |iːz ɒf|


- become less intense (syn: ease up, flag)
- reduce pressure or intensity (syn: ease up, let up)

Extra examples

The rain should ease off before midday.

The danger of war has eased off.

Now that the children are back at school, I can ease off.

Ease off, we don't need to go so fast now.

When will this pain ease off?

Ease her off gently now!

Ease off the gas pedal to slow down as the bend in the road approaches.

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