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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (peaceful)
a. relajado
Are you feeling relaxed after the massage?¿Te sientes relajado después del masaje?
I felt really relaxed after my vacation.Me sentí bien relajada después de mis vacaciones.
b. tranquilo
I'll be a bit more relaxed once I finish this job.Estaré un poco más tranquilo en cuanto termine este trabajo.
2. (not formal)
a. informal
Fridays are our relaxed days, so we can wear jeans to work.Los viernes son nuestros días informales, así que podemos traer pantalones de mezclilla al trabajo.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (atmosphere, person)
a. relajado(a)
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relaxed [rɪˈlækst]
(gen) relajado
in a relaxed atmosphere en un clima de distensión; he always seems so relaxed siempre parece tan sosegado; try to be more relaxed procura ser más tranquilo
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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Phrases with "relaxed"
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I relaxed on the beach
me relajé en la playa
I am relaxed
me siento relajado
I feel relaxed
me siento relajado
be relaxed
estar relajado
I relaxed at home
me relajé en casa
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