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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrelaxingre‧lax‧ing /rɪˈlæksɪŋ/ ●●○ adjective  RELAXEDmaking you feel relaxed opp stressful a relaxing evening at home
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relaxingVery often when people are under stress these very important relaxing activities get squeezed out of the weekly timetable.Inside, the decor is elegant and traditional, the gentle colour scheme creating a relaxing ambience.At the club you can choose between a relaxing bath and a massage.a relaxing bathWe can help you find relaxing beaches where you will discover the real Mexico.Do something relaxing before going to bed -- read a book, or take a hot bath.This should be an excellent opportunity for being with and joining friends for a relaxing evening.Tuscany is a good choice for a relaxing holiday.a relaxing massageIt's a friendly relaxing place, with a good sun terrace and pool, and only 200 metres from the beach.Close your eyes and allow your mind to create a relaxing scene.I go to my brother's house in the country at weekends. It's so calm and relaxing there.The garden was often used by the target for a short relaxing walk.
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