English translation of 'aliviado'
aliviadoaliviada [aliˈvjadu, a]
1. (pessoa, dor) relieved
2. (folgado) free
3. (carga) lightened
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'aliviado' 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 aliviado from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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