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  1. ease

    • IPA[iːz]

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    • n.
      absence of difficulty or effort;absence of rigidity or discomfort; poise
    • v.
      make (something unpleasant or intense) less serious or severe;become less serious or severe
    • verb: ease, 3rd person present: eases, gerund or present participle: easing, past tense: eased, past participle: eased

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. absence of difficulty or effort:

      she gave up smoking with ease

      ease of use

    • 2. absence of rigidity or discomfort; poise:

      I was always vexed by her self-contained ease

    • 3. freedom from worries or problems:

      a life of wealth and ease

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. make (something unpleasant or intense) less serious or severe:

      a huge road-building programme to ease congestion

    • 2. become less serious or severe:

      the pain doesn't usually ease off for several hours

    • 3. do something with more moderation:

      I'd ease up on the hard stuff if I were you

    • 4. make (something) happen more easily; facilitate:

      Tokyo's dominance of government was deemed to ease efficient contact-making

    • 5. (of share prices, interest rates, etc.) decrease in value or amount:

      shares eased 6p to 224p

    • 6. slacken a rope or sail.
    • 7. move carefully or gradually:

      I eased down the slope with care

      Wanderers will be keen to ease away from the relegation zone

    • 8. introduce someone gradually to (an activity):

      he brought in someone new and eased them into the job

    • 9. gradually exclude someone from a post, especially by devious or subtle manoeuvres:

      after the scandal he was eased out of his job

    • ph. free from worry, awkwardness, or problems; relaxed

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    • ph. free from worry or awkwardness; relaxed

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    • ph. uncomfortable or embarrassed

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    • ph. uncomfortable or embarrassed

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    • n. a chapel situated for the convenience of parishioners living a long distance from the parish church.

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    • n. an Anglican chapel situated for the convenience of parishioners living a long distance from the parish church.

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    • ph. free from worry, awkwardness, or problems; relaxed

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    • ph. alleviate someone's anxiety

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    • n.
      absence of difficulty or effort:
    • he gave up tobacco and alcohol with ease

      the guitar's versatility and ease of handling

    • v.
      make (something unpleasant, painful, or intense) less serious or severe:
    • a huge road-building program to ease congestion

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