Spanish translation of 'relieved'
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Example Sentences Including 'relieved'
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I suppose I should have felt relieved I wasn't actually a suspect.DEAD BEAT (2002)
Bagado looked like the relieved accomplice who hadn't been snitched on.INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)
Wood panelling covered the walls, relieved only by heavy oils of rural landscapes.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
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'relieved' in Other Languages
British English: relieved /rɪˈliːvd/ ADJECTIVE
If you are relieved, you feel glad because something unpleasant has not happened or is no longer happening.
We are relieved to be back home.
- American English: relieved
- Arabic: مُرْتاح
- Brazilian Portuguese: aliviado
- Chinese: 放心的
- Croatian: koji osjeća olakšanje
- Czech: klidný uvolněný
- Danish: lettet
- Dutch: opgelucht
- European Spanish: aliviado
- Finnish: helpottunut
- French: soulagé
- German: erleichtert
- Greek: ανακουφισμένος
- Italian: alleviato
- Japanese: 安心した
- Korean: 마음이 놓이는
- Norwegian: lettet
- Polish: z ulgą
- European Portuguese: aliviado
- Romanian: ușurat
- Russian: облегченный
- Spanish: aliviado
- Swedish: lättad
- Thai: ที่ผ่อนคลาย
- Turkish: rahatlamış
- Ukrainian: що відчув полегкість
- Vietnamese: bớt căng thẳng
Translation of relieved from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary