having a calm appearance or natureShe was a placid child who rarely cried.
Try to keep calm and just tell me what happened.
He was marvellously cool, smiling as if nothing had happened.
He's a nice quiet man.
Normally Rosa had an even temper; she was rarely irritable.
Police say she was cool and collected during her interrogation.
a quiet and gentle man who liked sports and enjoyed life
He is a mild man, reasonable almost to the point of blandness.
composed, , , , ,
She was standing beside him, very calm and composed.
untroubled, , , ,
She remained untroubled by the reports.
He was cool and aloof, and imperturbable.
He was a man of the most equable temperament.
He was normally a very even-tempered person.
having a calm appearance or naturethe placid waters of Lake Erie
He sat very still for several minutes.
I just want a quiet life.
The normally calm waters of Mururoa lagoon heaved and frothed.
a peaceful scene
She looked as calm and serene as always.
She lived a tranquil life.
Victoria was strangely undisturbed by this news.
The next day dawned sunny with a halcyon blue sky.
Anne had remained unruffled, very cool and controlled.
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in the sense of collected
brought together into one book or set of booksPolice say she was cool and collected during her interrogation.
in the sense of composed
(of people) in control of their feelingsShe was standing beside him, very calm and composed.
keeping your cool,
as cool as a cucumber,
in the sense of cool
calm and unemotionalHe was marvellously cool, smiling as if nothing had happened.
placid 的词库—— 柯林斯 英语词库
Life on the edge