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relieve sầu relieve (rĭ-lēvʹ) verb, transitiverelieved, relieving, relieves1. To cause a lessening or alleviation of: relieved all his symptoms; relieved the tension. 2. To không lấy phí from pain, anxiety, or diức chế. 3. To furnish assistance or aid lớn. 4. To rescue from siege. 5. To release (a person) from an obligation, a restriction, or a burden, as by law or legislation. 6. To free from a specified duty by providing or acting as a substitute. 7. To make less tedious, monotonous, or unpleasant: Only one small candle relieved the gloom. 8. To make prominent or effective sầu by contrast; mix off. 9. Informal. To rob or deprive: Pickpockets relieved hlặng of his money. idiom.relieve sầu oneselfTo urinate or defecate. relievʹable adjective relievʹer nounSynonyms: relieve sầu, allay, alleviate, assuage, lighten, mitigate, palliate. All of these verbs mean to lớn make something less severe or more bearable. To relieve sầu is to lớn ease and make more endurable something causing discomfort or distress: "that misery which he strives in vain to lớn relieve" (Henry David Thoreau). "The counselor relieved her fears" (Sir Walter Scott). Allay suggests relief at least for the time being from what is burdensome or painful: "This music crept by me upon the waters,/Allaying both their fury và my passion/With its sweet air" (Shakespeare). Alleviate connotes temporary lessening of dibít tất tay without removal of its cause: "No arguments shall be wanting on my part that can alleviate so severe a misfortune" (Jane Austen). To assuage is to lớn soothe or make milder: "What shall assuage the unforgotten pain/And teach the unforgetful to forget?" (Dante Gabriel Rossetti). Lighten in this comparison signifies to make less heavy or oppressive: Congress endeavored to lighten the taxpayers" burden. Mitigate and palliate connote moderating the severity, force, or intensity of something that causes suffering: "I . . . prayed to lớn the Lord khổng lồ mitigate a calamity which seemed to lớn me past the capacity of man to remedy" (John Galt). "His well-known financial ability made men turn to hyên ổn in the hour of dibức xúc, as of all statesmen the most fitted lớn palliate it" (William E.H. Lecky).
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relieverelieve(v) ease, release, alleviate, reduce, mitigate, lessen, lighten, allayantonym: exacerbatetake somebody"s place, take over for, substitute for, stand in for, replace dismiss, release, let go, sachồng (informal), discharge, fire (informal), get rid of, boot out (informal)antonym: appoint

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