Definition of 'reassure'
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It is reassuring to know that he is keen to bat on. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But campaigners say beat bobbies are still vital to reassure the public. The Sun (2016)This confidence is reassuring for investors. The Sun (2016)What was that about reassuring noises from the Fed? Times, Sunday Times (2016)I was reassured to know that she had saved others' lives. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Yesterday's half-year results should reassure investors that the story they bought into remains unchanged. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The public needs to be reassured about how its money is spent. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The boost came after halfyear results reassured investors shocked by a profits warning last month. The Sun (2012)Crime is soaring yet what do they do to reassure the public? The Sun (2008)To know that would reassure your parents too. The Sun (2012)Plus the company is reassuring about future dividends. Times, Sunday Times (2010)To me there is something reassuring about that theory. Times, Sunday Times (2015)And he feels the need to reassure the public. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It is reassuring to know that the two conditions are not incompatible. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Her appointment is about reassuring the teachers or it has no rationale. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There is something so reassuring about bananas and homemade custard. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But it is reassuring to know that his intellect is now combined with a more relaxed approach. Times, Sunday Times (2008)And none of the political parties has exactly been reassuring about its future. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There is something reassuring about secret writing. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There is something reassuring about a good bar of soap. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They will have to seek coalition partners and to reassure international investors if they are to meet the expectations of their people. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The bank made the disclosure yesterday as part of presentations to reassure investors that it was getting to grips with its problems. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Those being made redundant need to be reassured about the process and that the company will help them find a new job. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Tell your mum you are sorry you shocked her and reassure her it won't happen again. The Sun (2010)This is a point he must clarify as he seeks to reassure the public that all that could have been done was done. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The company recently reassured investors that it could shrug off any cuts to education spending in Britain. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And it is a monopoly provider, all of which should reassure investors. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The Government must deal with this situation swiftly and reassure the public that prisons will be managed safely. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'reassure'
British English: reassure /ˌriːəˈʃʊə/ VERB
If you reassure someone, you say or do things to make them stop worrying about something.
- American English: reassure
- Arabic: يَطمَئِنُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: tranquilizar
- Chinese: 再保证
- Croatian: umirivati
- Czech: ujistit
- Danish: forsikre forvisse
- Dutch: geruststellen
- European Spanish: tranquilizar serenar
- Finnish: rauhoittaa
- French: rassurer
- German: beruhigen
- Greek: καθησυχάζω
- Italian: rassicurare
- Japanese: 安心させる
- Korean: 안심시키다
- Norwegian: berolige
- Polish: uspokoić
- European Portuguese: tranquilizar
- Romanian: a liniști
- Russian: заверять
- Spanish: tranquilizar
- Swedish: försäkra bedyra
- Thai: ทำให้วางใจ
- Turkish: güven vermek
- Ukrainian: заспокоювати
- Vietnamese: làm yên lòng
Definition of reassure from the Collins English Dictionary
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