Translation for 'to calm down' from English to Bulgarian
VERB   to calm down | calmed down | calmed down
calming down | calms down
SYNO to calm | to calm down | to chill out | ...
to calm downуспокоявам се
Partial Matches
calm {adj}спокоен
Keep calm!Запазете спокойствие!
calm {noun} [absence of wind]
безветрие {ср}
down {adv}долу
down {adv}надолу
to kneel (down)коленича [несв.]
unverified to swoop downспускам се
to lie (down)лягам [несв.]
to write downзаписвам [несв.]
to break downрухвам
to slow downнамалявам скоростта
to let downизоставям
to flow downстичам се [несв.]
to play downомаловажавам
unverified to jot sth. downзаписвам нщ. набързо
to touch down [plane]
from down under [coll.]от Австралия
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Usage Examples English
  • Jaxson's antics got him into trouble in 1998 and stemmed the changing of the NFL's mascot rules, and also caused him to calm down.
  • The "raisons d'être" of these charters is in most cases the presence of significant linguistic and cultural minorities, but in the case of Sicily it was to calm down separatist movements.
  • The arena's organist tried (but failed) to calm down the crowd by playing the "Star Spangled Banner".
  • The other apostles anxiously anticipate entering Jerusalem alongside Jesus and inquire of his plans, but Jesus tells them to calm down and worry less about what's to come.
  • The chat feature also reduces the intense negativity that can be directed at customer support personnel, requiring the customer to calm down and articulate their thoughts more clearly.

  • What had begun as rioting by unemployed and leftist-leaning groups had turned into a middle-class protest with the "cacerolazos", and the resignation of Cavallo did nothing to calm down the situation.
  • They do not actively participate in the game, but can organize their teams and occasionally act as "caccas" (referees), mainly to calm down their players or to stop fights.
  • After an unfortunate flying lesson, where Tabby makes another terrified attempt to avoid sitting on the end of the broomstick, Miss Hardbroom sends Mildred to her room to calm down.
  • If they are allowed to calm down before they are handled, bites are not common.
  • A time-out involves isolating or separating a child for a few minutes and is intended to give an over-excited child time to calm down.

  • Glucocorticoid steroids are used to calm down the immune system cells that are attacked by the chemicals released during an allergic reaction.
  • He tries to calm down both Eddie (from the main universe) and Spider-Man (from a universe who didn't get rid of the symbiote), but they're attacked by the Poisons and he himself is killed by a Poison Hulk.
  • Patti soon found himself having to calm down the French and was worried that the demonstrations in Hanoi could soon turn into bloody situations.
  • In October 2012 Robathan was told to calm down by Lindsay Hoyle, the Deputy Speaker, after complaining about noise levels from the public gallery.
  • Montano tries to calm down an angry and drunk Cassio.

  • Both of them claimed that the whole of Cieszyn Silesia belonged to Czechoslovakia or Poland respectively. To calm down the friction which developed, the local governments concluded an interim agreement on division of the area running along ethnic lines.
  • Usually diverse sacrifices are made in order to calm down the malignant spirits.
  • In seeking to calm down the disturbances, the Ottoman government of the Sultan Abdülaziz granted the right to establish an autonomous Bulgarian Exarchate for the dioceses of Bulgaria as well as those, wherein at least two-thirds of Orthodox Christians were willing to join it, by issuing the Sultan's firman promulgated on [...].
  • He suggests giving Rambo a chance to escape; if Rambo is allowed to slip away, he'll be given time to calm down and he can be arrested without incident.
  • In the Polynesian mythology of Tonga, Laufakana [...] a (speak to silence; i.e.: command winds to calm down) was a primordial creator god his home was [...] Ata.

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