Traducción de soothing en Español:

soothing

tranquilizador, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈsuðɪŋ/ /ˈsuːðɪŋ/

Ver definición en Español de tranquilizador

adjetivo

  • 1

    (calming)
    (voice/words) tranquilizador
    (music/bath) relajante
    she's such a soothing person la suya es una presencia tranquilizadora
    • The lush green of post monsoons was soothing to the eyes.
    • The relaxing sound of the water was more soothing than a new age meditation tape.
    • Nothing, you think, could be more soothing than a warm spring day in a peaceful city.
    • They are very soothing to play with in traffic jams.
    • Maybe there is something that is soothing for McCall about returning to the area of his upbringing.
    • It was soothing to hear his gruff voice, reassuring me.
    • And the fountains burbling in the background are very soothing.
    • The tone and rhythm of your voice are soothing.
    • The pace is slow, relaxed, unhurried and soothing.
    • Red, for example, is the most dramatic colour in the spectrum and alerts and excites, whereas pink is gentle and soothing.
    • The decor is calm and soothing, the food lively and exciting.
    • Your posts are always so soothing, no matter what the topic, with a gentle meter and quiet gratitude.
    • Reading them feels as soothing as I hope my attempts at meditation might some day be.
    • Even an alarm clock can be soothing.
    • For many people, green is soothing.
    • He was soothing, he was calm.
    • And I rather surprised him by replying that actually I found the sound quite soothing.
    • But once you get into the flow, it is very soothing.
    • Deep blues and rich whites make it very soothing to watch.
    • The simple color scheme is calm and soothing.
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    (pain-relieving)
    (ointment/syrup) balsámico
    (medicine) calmante
    • For coughs, tea made with sage or thyme can be soothing.
    • Lotions with peppermint oil can be especially soothing to tired feet.
    • Some of the old Turkish bath houses are still operating and are as aesthetically pleasing as they are physically soothing.
    • Aloe vera is an ideal toner because it is soothing and healing.
    • The flavour here is deliberately mild and soothing.
    • When used warm as a mouthwash, it is very soothing for sore gums.
    • The oil is nourishing and soothing (it keeps cuticles soft) and seems to absorb all sorts of stress that our busy hands accumulate.
    • This garlic bouillon was classically made the day after a fête, being excellent for hangovers as well as soothing for convalescents.
    • ' Teething powders ' found in pharmacies are homeopathic Chamomilla 3X granules, which can be very soothing for grizzly babies.
    • Raw, fresh cabbage juice is very soothing to the stomach and can even help ulcers.
    • With my tongue throbbing from the hot pepper I'd bitten into, the main course of tofu and vegetables on okra polenta, was divinely soothing.
    • You'll find this gel is so soothing and it will help your skin heal, too.
    • I prefer tea, very soothing.
    • I lap from the stream, icily soothing.
    • Garlic is an antimicrobial herb; ginger stimulates the secretion of digestive juices; cabbage and aloe vera are soothing and healing to ulcerated tissues.
    • The drink was actually barely more than hot water, but it was soothing.
    • Oatmeal baths (example of brand name: Aveeno) may be soothing to your skin.
    • The waters were kind and soothing and much warmer than I had expected.
    • The heavy rain drops soon had them soaked to the skin, but the rain was warm and soothing, not sharp and stinging.