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 Translation for 'relaxed' from English to Serbian
ADJ   relaxed | more relaxed | most relaxed
VERB   to relax | relaxed | relaxed
relaxing | relaxes
опуштен {adj}relaxed
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Translation for 'relaxed' from English to Serbian

relaxed
опуштен {adj}
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Usage Examples English
  • Relaxed sequential in computer science is an execution model describing the ability for a parallel program to run sequentially.
  • Additionally, as the forearm moves from pronation to supination, the interosseous membrane fibers change from a relaxed state, to a tense state in the neutral position.
  • On April 4, 2008, Le Bec-Fin gave up its 5-star rating in favor of a more relaxed atmosphere.
  • Manne suggested that these musicians' relaxed lifestyle in California was reflected in a laid-back, relaxed approach to jazz.
  • This is a very relaxed-though far from somnambulant-date befitting a man of Morgan’s astute bop immersion.

  • This is in contrast to more relaxed standards of review such as "clearly erroneous" or "substantial evidence."
  • Upper age limit is relaxed to 22 years in case of B.Sc. passed Candidates. Upper age limit is relaxed by 3 years for Scheduled Cast and Scheduled Tribe candidates.
  • Medium copy number plasmids, also called relaxed plasmids, require a system to ensure that replication is inhibited once the number of plasmids in the cell reaches a certain threshold.
  • The "normality" in the hypothesis cannot be relaxed. The hypothesis that the group acting on the variety is a torus can also not be relaxed.
  • "Music for Two Sleepy People" was reviewed in "Billboard", which called it "relaxed, pleasant mood music".

  • The palm strike is useful as it is thrown in a more relaxed manner than a clenched fist.
  • Responding to pressure from the London public as well as the industry, in 1927 various design requirements were relaxed.
  • This focus has relaxed within modern studies allowing for a consideration of the external factors outside of the self.
  • Sportswear has been called America's main contribution to the history of fashion design, and in the 1920s became a popular word for relaxed, casual wear typically worn for spectator sports.
  • The reversing valve has two states, relaxed (unactivated) versus energized.

  • The Philippines Government relaxed restrictions, placing areas with fewer cases under a more relaxed quarantine; allowing work, public transport and businesses to resume operations at a reduced capacity.
  • The People's Republic of China implemented a one-child policy for 35 years (from 1979 to 2015); this was relaxed to a two-child policy in 2016 and relaxed further to a three child policy in 2021.
  • Now the light edges incident to [...] are relaxed. The vertex C is inserted into bucket [...]. Since now [...] is empty, the heavy edge connecting E to F can be relaxed.
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