adjective sedante, calmante, tranquilizante
1 (medicine) calmante; (ointment) balsámico,-a; (bath, music) relajante; (tone, words) tranquilizador,-ra
ablandador adj.
ablandativo, -a adj.
calmante adj.
consolador adj.
sedante adj.
tranquilizador adj.
a) (calming) <voice/words> tranquilizador; <music/bath> relajante
b) (pain-relieving) <ointment/syrup> balsámico; <medicine> calmante
ADJ [ointment, lotion] balsámico, calmante; [massage, bath, music] relajante; [tone, words, voice, manner] tranquilizador

it has a soothing effect — [massage, bath, music] tiene un efecto relajante; [ointment] tiene un efecto balsámico; [cough mixture, herbal tea] tiene un efecto calmante; [words, voice] tiene un efecto tranquilizador

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a) (calming) <voice/words> tranquilizador; <music/bath> relajante
b) (pain-relieving) <ointment/syrup> balsámico; <medicine> calmante

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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