English to Chichewa Meaning :: calm

Calm :
zizilitsakwapee - batawodekhaanatontholetsamwabatacalmestpansi anthuwomodekhaKuchizaAmachepetsa
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Noun(1) steadiness of mind under stress(2) wind moving at less than 1 knot; 0 on the Beaufort scale
Verb(1) make calm or still(2) make steady(3) become quiet or calm, especially after a state of agitation(4) cause to be calm or quiet as by administering a sedative to
Adjective(1) not agitated; without losing self-possession(2) (of weather

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(1) We sailed off into the nothingness of the flat calm sea.(2) The light winds and calm water conditions made fishing difficult at times, but large numbers of fish were seen moving.(3) This we were able to do in an atmosphere of calm and peace.(4) He figured on raising nothing more than his drinking elbow on the boat unless there was a flat calm and the safety of a well protected harbour close by.(5) Ignoring their screams, I tried to maintain some semblance of calm , despite the storm raging about inside.(6) In some cases, the woman's fatal response occurs during a period of relative calm in the violence such as after a battering incident has already occurred.(7) By May 1918, Finland had been restored to relative calm .(8) Lunch passed in relative calm , for Charlie tried hard to do nothing that would upset her father in such a way that would send him off to the bedroom for another rest.(9) Rogue waves that occur on relatively calm seas are usually generated by storms hundreds of miles away.(10) They strive to create a calm environment to eliminate fear.(11) With the political deadlock, relative calm returned.(12) I will miss everything about Bulgaria because I like the calm atmosphere of Sofia and the good friendships built here.(13) Being subtle, you prefer to mask deep emotions with a calm surface.(14) At Pendennis, I slithered from the rocks into a flat, calm sea.(15) Natalia stared back with a cool and calm expression to combat Jade's anger flashing in all her features.(16) My life is a roller coaster of fear and fearlessness, of calm and panic.
Related Words
(1) calm down ::
khazikani mtima pansi
(2) stay calm ::
(3) be calm ::
kukhala bata
(4) to calm down ::
(5) keep calm ::
Khalani bata
(6) remain calm ::
(7) dead calm ::
bata akufa
(8) calm water ::
madzi bata
(9) not calm ::
osati bata
(10) calm and cool ::
bata ndi ozizira
1. serene ::
2. windless ::
3. tranquil ::
4. tranquility ::
5. composure ::
6. soothe ::
7. compose oneself ::
kulemba wekha
8. calm down ::
khazikani mtima pansi
10. steady ::
1. bustle ::
amangokhala ali pikitipikiti
2. commotion ::
3. hubbub ::
4. tumult ::
5. turmoil ::
6. unrest ::
Different Forms
calm, calmed, calmer, calmest, calming, calmly, calmness, calms
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

- Hodor!
- Hodor, calm down.

- Hodor! - Hodor, CALM down.

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 9

Calm down, inspector.\\NThat’s not the protocol.\0

Calm down, inspector.
That’s not the protocol.

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 11

Oh, calm down.

Oh, CALM down.

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 6

Just calm down
and take a few deep breaths.

Just CALM down and take a few deep breaths.

The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 3

Okay, everybody just calm down!

Okay, everybody just CALM down! What's with you, yo? Huh?

Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 12

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