Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Relax"

The meaning of "Relax" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I relax but not like you out there mean?
A: it sounds like it means “I relax, but not as much as you”
Q: What does Relax then, be super relaxed mean?
A: Depends on the sentence. It can be used in many ways, another way is.

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Please relax the strict Korean university entrance requirements
Q: What does relax into it mean?
A: To 'relax into it' means to slowly ease yourself or get comfortable with what you are doing.

You would normally tell someone this phrase if they were about to do something they were nervous to do in order to help them relax and focus.

For instance, if I were to about to snowboard on a mountain, but I was nervous to start going, you could tell me to relax into it and don't rush down the mountain.

Example sentences using "Relax"

Q: Please show me example sentences with relax.
A: I just need to relax
Sunday is a day to relax
It's nice to relax once in awhile
I want to relax with my friends
Just relax
Q: Please show me example sentences with relaxed,relax,relaxing.
A: I felt completely relaxed laying at the beach.
Laying in the sun is so relaxing until you get a sunburn.
My cat looks so relaxed right now.
You need to chillax, lady.
He was so relaxed that he fell asleep.
I just want to relax.
I am relaxing with my brother on the couch.
Q: Please show me example sentences with relax.
A: Relax! You worry too much.

I just want to relax with my friends today.

We may relax the rules tomorrow.
Q: Please show me example sentences with relax out.
A: I haven't heard of "relax out" as a phrase. Usually people say "chill out", which means relax, don't be so worried/concerned/quick-tempered, etc.
Q: Please show me example sentences with relax.
A: I feel relaxed at the beach.

I can relax after I finish my homework.

Synonyms of "Relax" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I relaxed. and I am relaxed ?
A: @happysa
Relaxed is an adjective so “I am relaxed” is something you are.
Relax is a verb so “I relax” I something you do (in general)
You can also say “I am relaxing” and that means you are doing it at that very moment
Q: What is the difference between just relax! and just chill! ?
A: in English (uk) slang they both mean the same. ' just relax' or 'calm down' literally means to de-stress whereas 'just chill' or 'chill out' can be either 'ok, you are getting angry you need to bring it under control' or 'we have absolutely nothing to do today so let's just chill out' which means 'sit and chat to friends over a beer while watching a movie'
Q: What is the difference between relax and calm down ?
A: The difference between calm and relax is that calm is (of a person) peaceful, quiet, especially free from anger and anxiety while relaxed is having an easy-going mood or temperament. So when you say someone to calm down you want him to stop being angry, while when you say someone to relax you're asking him to not allow things to upset him.
Q: What is the difference between relax and calm down ?
A: Calm down is when you are very angry, very happy, or high levels of an emotion and become calm or neutral. You can relax and become neutral, but you don't have to be at high levels of an negative emotion.

"I calmed down after all the excitement."

"I needed to calm down after the fight."

"I like relaxing outside."

"I feel relaxed when it rains."
Q: What is the difference between I'm relaxed. and I'm relaxing. ?
A: To feel relaxed means that you feel calm and peaceful. Ex: I feel so relaxed after taking a hot shower.
To be relaxing (verb) means you are trying to reach a state where you are calm and peaceful. Ex: I am relaxing at the beach after a stressful week at work.

Translations of "Relax"

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Other questions about "Relax"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce relax.
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Q: “I'm just relax before sleep.” Does this sound natural?
A: I'll just relax before going to sleep.
Q: I can't relax until I hear from him. Does this sound natural?
A: @nobu_japan: It's perfect.
Q: "I'm relaxed." Does this sound natural?
A: Present vs past tense.

I hear "I'm relaxing" used more often. If you are doing something that is relaxing (for me it would be reading a book or sunbathing), I would use "I'm relaxing".

"I'm relaxed" is used once you have already done something relaxing or as a defense.
Ex. "You look stressed."
"No, I am relaxed."
Q: relax myself Does this sound natural?
A: "I want to relax"

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