A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (imperative; second person plural)
a. calm down
Tranquilícense. Que no cunda el pánico. Debemos abandonar el avión de manera ordenada.Calm down. Don't panic. We must leave the plane in an orderly fashion.
b. relax
Tranquilícense todos. Nadie va a salir de aquí hasta que pase la tormenta.Everybody relax. No one is leaving until the storm passes.
c. take it easy
"¡Tranquilícense, niños!" repetía la maestra mientras repartía los caramelos."Take it easy, kids!" repeated the teacher as she handed out the candy.
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