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calm

US [kɑm]
UK [kɑːm]
  • adj.泰然自若的;(海洋,天气等)安静的;若无其事的;静寂的
  • n.平静;恬静;不动声色;风平浪静
  • v.(使)平静下来;安抚
  • Web平静的;镇静的;冷静
Present Participle:calming  Past Tense:calmed  Simple Present:calms  Comparative Degree:calmer  Superlative:calmest  
calm
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adj.
1.
镇静的;沉着的not excited, nervous or upset
It is important to keep calm in an emergency.
情况紧急的时候,保持镇静是重要的。
Try to remain calm .
尽量保持冷静。
Her voice was surprisingly calm.
她的声音出人意料地平静。
The city is calm again(= free from trouble and fighting) after yesterday's riots.
昨天的骚乱过后,城里又恢复了平静。
2.
风平浪静的without large waves
3.
无风的without wind
a calm, cloudless day
晴朗无风的一天
v.
— see also
traffic calming
1.
~ sb/sth
使平静;使镇静to make sb/sth become quiet and more relaxed, especially after strong emotion or excitement
Have some tea; it'll calm your nerves.
喝点茶吧,这会使你紧张的神经松弛下来。
His presence had a calming influence .
有他在场对大家的情绪起到了稳定作用。
n.
1.
平静的时期;宁静的状态a quiet and peaceful time or situation
the calm of a summer evening
夏日夜晚的宁静
The police appealed for calm .
警察要求大家保持安静。
2.
泰然自若a quiet and relaxed manner
Her previous calm gave way to terror.
她先前的泰然自若已变为惊恐。
IDM
the calm before the storm
暴风雨(或大动荡、激烈辩论)前的平静a calm time immediately before an expected period of violent activity or argument

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