سَكَّنَ \ appease: to calm or satisfy (hunger, anger, etc.) by giving what is wanted. quieten: to make quiet: She tried to quieten the crying child. relieve: to lessen (sb.’s) anxiety; lessen pain or pressure: I was relieved to hear of his safe arrival. The medicine relieved my pain. soothe: to calm or quieten (wounded feelings, nerves, etc.): She soothed the crying baby. \ See Also هدأ (هَدَّأَ)‏

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