calm / kɑm; older use kæm; spelling pronunciation kɑlm /


calm4 个定义

adj. 形容词 adjective

calm·er, calm·est.

  1. without rough motion; still or nearly still: a calm sea.
  2. not windy or stormy: a calm day.
  3. free from excitement or passion; tranquil: a calm face;a calm manner.
n. 名词 noun
  1. freedom from motion or disturbance; stillness.
  2. Meteorology. wind speed of less than 1 mile per hour.
  3. freedom from agitation, excitement, or passion; tranquillity; serenity: She faced the possibility of death with complete calm.
v. 有主动词 verb
  1. to make calm: He calmed the excited dog.
v. 无主动词 verb
  1. to become calm.

calm 近义词

v. 动词 verb

make composed, quiet

adj. 形容词 adjective

peaceful, quiet (inanimate)

adj. 形容词 adjective

composed, cool (animate)

n. 名词 noun

quietness, composure


  1. Since many of us will be homebodies this season, here are some ways to keep cool, calm and collected in your own space.
  2. We are redoubling our efforts to keep the beaches and local businesses open, and get to a sense of calmer waters, but July 4 weekend will look a bit different this year.
  3. A few days later, he let me row through some baby rapids, telling me where to aim the boat, giving me calm instructions to adjust the trajectory a little left or a little right.
  4. This is sort of a game but it’s mostly a way to calm yourself down since there’s not really any way to lose or compete.
  5. Wholesome, positive –if not strange and mindless– content has become a balm to cure our anxiety, making it a great way of communication, a form of self-care that fills a void and provides a sense of calm that sheet masks and sourdough cannot.
  6. The government continues to call for calm while warning people to be on their guard.
  7. Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione asked residents to remain calm, amid fears of unrest.
  8. The drama transfixed the normally calm Sydney, known for its laid-back vibe and relaxed population.
  9. He allows the subject to float over to Hitchcock with a calm directness that I admire.
  10. A doctor comes to his house and gives him shots of cortisone to calm the arthritic pain in his knees.
  11. This treacherous sort of calm, we thought, might forbode a storm, and we did not allow it to lull us into security.
  12. The expression of his features was calm and composed, and his eyes were raised to heaven with a look of hope and supplication.
  13. That the weather being calm, he rowed round me several times, observed my windows and wire-lattices that defenced them.
  14. She was putting her papers tidy again with calm fingers, while his own were almost cramped with the energy of suppressed desire.
  15. The kites soared, and the boats rushed swiftly over the calm and glittering sea.