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The word "ease" is related to the adjective "easy."

You can use "ease" as a noun when an action is not difficult:

  • She does everything with ease. (She's good at what she does.)
  • They made their flight with ease. (They had plenty of time to get to the airport.)
  • Harry paid back the loan with ease. (It was easy for him to pay back the money.)
  • The ease with which he plays tennis is remarkable for someone who is 80 years old.
  • Do you feel at ease with your decision, or are you still nervous?
  • The doctor put the patient at ease by explaining the procedure.

You can also use "ease" as a verb. In this case, it means to put something into a location carefully:

  • Construction workers eased the beams into place.
  • Ease up on the accelerator. (Gently reduce foot pressure on the gas pedal.)
  • The satellite was eased into a lower orbit.

satellite satellite


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