adj.容易的; 舒适的; 宽裕的; 从容的
adv.容易地; 不费力地; 悠闲地; 缓慢地
adj.(人)轻松的; 自在的; 无拘无束的; 舒适的
adv.轻松地; 自在地; 舒适地; 随便地
vt.(使)轻松( relax的过去式); (使)松弛; 放宽; (使)放松
vi.松散; 松弛; 放宽; 放松
3.take it easy
不紧张; 松懈; 不生气; 不激动等
n.容易; 温和; 舒适; 从容
1. It is easy to appreciate the craftsmanship of Armani.
2. This delicious variation on an omelette is quick and easy to prepare.
3. Once he knew his father’s name, finding his whereabouts proved surprisingly easy.
4. It’s easy to get a tummy upset from river water.
5. We found him very approachable and easy to talk with.
6. It’s fashionable but wearable, and it’s easy to look after.
7. The home is situated within easy access of shops and other facilities.
8. It is the easy way out to blame others for our failure.
9. Making easy money has always been an attractive proposition.
10. I found it very easy to forget about Sumner.
1. Rules governing student conduct relaxed somewhat in recent years.
2. Dart, who had at first been very tense, at last relaxed.
3. The West has gradually relaxed its hostile attitude to this influential state.
4. He must have been hoping for a relaxed time. No such luck.
5. Far from being relaxed, we both felt so uncomfortable we hardly spoke.
6. Although it’s not strenuous exercise, you feel toned-up, supple and relaxed.
7. Christie looked relaxed and calm as he faced the press.
8. He gradually relaxed his grip on the arms of the chair.
9. In the office, Dr. Lahey seemed less guarded, more relaxed.
10. Christie looked relaxed and calm as he faced the press afterwards.