Definition of 'reassuring'
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In Common Usage. reassuring is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'reassuring'
British English: reassuring /ˌriːəˈʃʊəɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
If you find someone's words or actions reassuring, they make you feel less worried.
It was reassuring to hear his voice.
- American English: reassuring
- Arabic: مُطَمْئِن
- Brazilian Portuguese: tranquilizador
- Chinese: 让人放心的
- Croatian: umirujući
- Czech: uklidňující
- Danish: betryggende
- Dutch: geruststellend
- European Spanish: tranquilizador
- Finnish: rauhoittava
- French: rassurant
- German: beruhigend
- Greek: καθησυχαστικός
- Italian: rassicurante
- Japanese: 安心させる
- Korean: 안심시켜 주는
- Norwegian: beroligende
- Polish: uspokajający
- European Portuguese: tranquilizador
- Romanian: liniștitor
- Russian: обнадеживающий
- Spanish: tranquilizador
- Swedish: uppmuntrande
- Thai: ที่ให้ความมั่นใจ
- Turkish: güven verici
- Ukrainian: заспокійливий
- Vietnamese: làm yên lòng
Definition of reassuring from the Collins English Dictionary
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