- at ease
to feel relieved
to set one's mind at rest
- vt.摸,觸,試探,感覺,覺得,觸摸,以為 vi.有知覺,(人)有某種感覺,摸索,同情 n.感覺,覺得,觸摸
- v.放,置,移動到,使(人或事物處於某種狀態),提出,樹立,規定,調整;n.一套,一副,一批,接受機,裝置,趨勢,佈景;adj.固定的,規定的,堅決的,固執的,事先做好的;Secure Electronics Transations Protocol,安全電子商務協定
- pron.一個人,任何人,一方 num.一,一個 adj.一方的,某一,同樣的
- n.頭腦,智力,精神,意見,情緒 vi.介意,照顧,留心 vt.注意,留意,專心於,照看,介意
- My mind is easier now.
- Just take care of yourself and don't worry.
- The little boy felt secure near his parents.
- It is a great relief to see him still as strong as he was.
- We were reassured that the ship was safe and sound.
- Picochip's architecture is ideally suited to the new challenges of the wireless market: combining flexibility ease of development and cost-efficiency for the most demanding air-interfaces.
- The accurate measure assures the engineering plastics coloring procession going smoothly.
- Better beans and bacon in peace than cakes and ale in fear.
- He says that if we do go down he'll look at it as if one of his boats had been sunk-he'd pretend his two hundred thousand dollars had gone to the bottom of the river and he'd take it quite calmly!
- And jeroboam said in his heart now the kingdom will go back to the family of david:
- These curiously inconsistent pirates fell peacefully to sleep.
- Cannon dind't need insurance he needed reassurance.
- There is an ease a sureness a lightness of touch that comes from the mastery.
- Gretal looked worriedly at hansel but he gave her a big confident smile that calmed her down.
- The child looked at her mother for reassurance.