English version

non-threatening

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnon-threateningˌnon-ˈthreatening adjective πŸ”Š πŸ”Š not making someone feel afraid or worried πŸ”Š It is important to create a safe, non-threatening environment for children.
Examples from the Corpus
non-threateningβ€’ Its socio-economic setting and history allow flexibility and changes to be non-threatening.β€’ It was an intimate small-scale non-threatening environment.β€’ Sometimes you have your varicose veins whipped out, or your non-threatening lumps.β€’ Its non-threatening nature, being focused at an institutional rather than a personal level, is a further attraction.
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