English version

be at one with somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe at one with somebody/somethingbe at one with somebody/somethinga) CALMto feel very calm or relaxed in the situation or environment you are in She felt as she always did in these mountains: peaceful, without care, at one with nature. b) AGREE formal to agree with someone about something He was at one with Wheatley on the need to abandon free trade. one
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at one with natureBeing at one with nature, I decided to see one of these creatures for myself.
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