Ease up - definition, transcription

Amer.  |ˈiːz ʌp|
Brit.  |iːz ʌp|


- move in order to make room for someone for something (syn: give, move over, yield)
- become less intense (syn: ease off, flag)
- reduce pressure or intensity (syn: ease off, let up)

Extra examples

Ask the children to ease up, some more people want to sit down.

Ease up, won't you? We shall get killed at this speed.

Just relax and ease up a little.

You should ease up on the whisky.

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