“To Calm Down” English Phrasal Verb Lesson (With Video)

Definition of “Calm Down” English Phrasal Verb

To Calm Down Phrasal VerbThe English phrasal verb “to calm down” means “to relax”.

Often when somebody is angry or stressed, you tell them to, “Relax, calm down, take your time”.

So next time you are with somebody who is angry or stressed, tell them to calm down.

Watch the video below to hear the phrasal verb “calm down” in use.

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Definition of “Calm Down” English Phrasal Verb The English phrasal verb “to calm down” means “to relax”. Often when somebody is angry or stressed,...
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