calm\ down


calm\ down
1. I
the frightened child (the crying baby, etc.) calmed down испуганный ребенок и т. д. успокоился /затих/; it took her some time to calm down она успокоилась не сразу; her grief calmed down ее rope притупилось; his anger (his rage) calmed down его злость (ярость) улеглась; the sea calmed down море успокоилось; the wind (the storm) calmed down ветер (шторм) стих
2. III
calm down smb. /smb. down/ calm down an angry child (an excited man, a shouting woman, etc.) успокаивать рассерженного ребенка и т. д.

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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