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    dilodi83 is offline Senior Member
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    Default to calm down vs to ease off

    Do these two verbs have the same meaning?

    To calm down
    To ease off

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    Default Re: to calm down vs to ease off

    Quote Originally Posted by dilodi83 View Post
    Do these two verbs have the same meaning?

    To calm down
    To ease off
    Sometimes yes, sometimes no.

    If you want a more informative reply, you need to provide context.

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