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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: The condition of being comfortable or relieved.
- noun: Freedom from pain, worry, or agitation: Her mind was at ease knowing that the children were safe.
- noun: Freedom from constraint or embarrassment; naturalness.
- noun: Freedom from difficulty, hardship, or effort: rose through the ranks with apparent ease.
- noun: Readiness or dexterity in performance; facility: a pianist who played the sonata with ease.
- noun: Freedom from financial difficulty; affluence: a life of luxury and ease.
- noun: A state of rest, relaxation, or leisure: He took his ease by the pond.
- verb-transitive: To free from pain, worry, or agitation: eased his conscience by returning the stolen money.
- verb-transitive: To lessen the discomfort or pain of: shifted position to ease her back.
- verb-transitive: To alleviate; assuage: prescribed a drug to ease the pain.
- verb-transitive: To give respite from: eased the staff's burden by hiring more people.
- verb-transitive: To slacken the strain, pressure, or tension of; loosen: ease off a cable.
- verb-transitive: To reduce the difficulty or trouble of: eased the entrance requirements.
- verb-transitive: To move or maneuver slowly and carefully: eased the car into a narrow space; eased the director out of office.
- verb-intransitive: To lessen, as in discomfort, pressure, or stress: pain that never eased.
- verb-intransitive: To move or proceed with little effort: eased through life doing as little as possible.
- idiom: at ease In a relaxed position, especially standing silently at rest with the right foot stationary: put the soldiers at ease while waiting for inspection.
- idiom: at ease Used as a command for troops to assume a relaxed position.
- to set one's mind at ease nu(si)raminti
- to stand at ease kar. stovėti laisvai
- to ease downsumažinti
- at ease patogiai