From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrelaxedre‧laxed /rɪˈlækst/ ●●●S2W3 adjective1CALMfeeling calm, comfortable, and not worried or annoyedGail was lying in the sun looking very relaxed and happy.relaxed aboutI feel more relaxed about my career than I used to.► see thesaurus at calm2a situation that is relaxed is comfortable and informalThere’s a very relaxed atmosphere in the school.3not strict, or not feeling that you have to do something in the way that other people think you should do ita relaxed attitude/manner/style etcShe has a fairly relaxed approach to housework.THESAURUSrelaxed feeling calm, comfortable, and not worried or annoyedI was feeling relaxed after my holiday.Looking relaxed and confident, the president answered questions from the press. He seems very relaxed about the whole situation.easy-going relaxed and not getting annoyed or angry with people – used when this is a part of someone’s character. An easy-going person likes to have good friendlyrelationships with other people, and is not strict about rulesFred MacMurray was very easy-going and a pleasure to work with.The hotel owner was an easy-going woman who let visitors come and go pretty well when they pleased.The children were brought up in an easy-going atmosphere at home.laid-back informal relaxed and not getting worried or annoyed about things – used when this is part of someone’s character. A laid-back person likes to take life slowlyHe seemed like a cool laid-back kind of a guy.Life on the farm was more laid-back compared to life in the big city. comfortable feeling happy and not worried about doing something, talking about something, or being with someone The teachers were comfortable with the new technology and the students loved it. Some female patients are not comfortable with the idea of seeing a male doctor.This is an emotional issue, which most people aren’t comfortable talking about.at ease [not before noun] feeling relaxed in a situation – used especially when someone feels less worried than before, or when many other people would not feel relaxed in that situationAfter a few weeks at college, I started to feel more at ease.He looked completely at ease on a horse.He was surprised to find himself so at ease with her father.feel at home to feel relaxed in a place or with a personI’ve always felt at home in Tokyo.He felt instantly at home with her.