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quiet pronunciación
adjective (quieter , quietest )
1
a making little or no noise;
b said of a sound or voice, etc: soft; not loud.
2 said of a place, etc: peaceful; tranquil; without noise or bustle.
3 said of someone or their nature or disposition: reserved; unassertive; shy.
4 said of the weather or sea, etc: calm.
5 not disturbed by trouble or excitement.
6 without fuss or publicity; informal.
7 said of business or trade, etc: not flourishing or busy.
8 secret; private.
9 undisclosed or hidden took a quiet satisfaction in his downfall .
10 said of humour: subtle; not overdone.
11 enjoyed in peace a quiet read .
12 said of the mind or conscience: untroubled by anxiety or guilt, etc.
13 not showy or gaudy, etc quiet tones of beige .
noun
1 absence of, or freedom from, noise or commotion, etc.
2 calm, tranquillity or repose.
verb (quieted , quieting ) tr & intr (usu quiet down) to make something or become quiet or calm told the class to quiet down .
[14c: from Latin quietus , from quiescere to come to rest]
quietly adverb .
quietness noun .
keep quiet about something or keep something quiet to remain silent or say nothing about it.
on the quiet (also on the q.t.) secretly; discreetly.


quieten pronunciación
verb (quietened , quietening )
1 (often quieten down) tr & intr to make or become quiet.
2 to calm (doubts or fears, etc).
[19c]


quietism
noun
1 a state of calmness and passivity.
2 (Quietism) a form of religious mysticism that involves the complete surrender of personal will to the will of God and dedication to devotion and contemplation.
[18c; 17c in sense 2; Quietism was founded by the Spanish priest Miguel de Molinos (1628?96)]
quietist noun , adjective .
quietistic adjective .


quietude
noun quietness; tranquillity.
[16c]


quietus
noun
1
a release from life; death;
b something that brings about death.
2 release or discharge from debts or duties.
[16c: from Latin quietus est he is quit, meaning -he is considered to have discharged his debts-]


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