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1ease/ˈiːz/noun
1ease
/ˈiːz/
noun
Learner's definition of EASE  
[noncount]
: freedom from pain or trouble: comfort of body or mind
: lack of difficulty
: a relaxed and informal way of behaving

at ease

alsoat your ease
: in a relaxed and comfortable state
— see also ill at ease
: standing silently with the feet apart and one or both hands behind the body— often used as a military command
— compare at attention at attention

take your ease

: to rest or relax
2ease/ˈiːz/verb
easeseasedeasing
2ease
/ˈiːz/
verb
easeseasedeasing
Learner's definition of EASE  
[+ object] : to free (someone or something) from trouble or worry
[+ object] : to make (something) less painful
[+ object] : to make (tension, a problem, etc.) less severe or troubling
   b [no object] : to become less severe or troubling
always followed by an adverb or preposition 
[+ object] : to move (someone or something) gently or carefully
   b [no object] : to move or pass slowly or easily

ease off

[phrasal verb]orease up
: to become less severe

ease up on

[phrasal verb]
ease up on (someone) : to treat (someone) in a less harsh or demanding way
   b ease up on (something) : to apply less pressure to (something)
ease up on (something) : to do or use less of (something)
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