Definition of 'calm down'
Translations for 'calm down'
British English: calm down /kɑːm daʊn/ VERB
If you calm down or if someone calms you down, you become less upset or excited.
I'll try a herbal remedy to calm him down.
- American English: calm down
- Arabic: يَهْدَأُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: acalmar-se
- Chinese: 平静下来
- Croatian: smiriti se
- Czech: uklidnit (se)
- Danish: falde til ro
- Dutch: rustig worden
- European Spanish: tranquilizar calmar
- Finnish: rauhoittua
- French: se calmer
- German: beruhigen
- Greek: ηρεμώ
- Italian: calmarsi
- Japanese: 落ち着く 気分
- Korean: 진정하다
- Norwegian: roe (seg) ned
- Polish: uspokoić
- European Portuguese: acalmar-se
- Romanian: a se calma
- Russian: успокаивать(ся)
- Spanish: tranquilizarse
- Swedish: lugna ner (sig)
- Thai: ทำให้สงบ
- Turkish: sakinleşmek
- Ukrainian: заспокоювати
- Vietnamese: bình tĩnh lại
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