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relieve pronunciación
verb (relieved , relieving )
1 to lessen or stop (someone's pain, worry, boredom, etc).
2 (usu relieve someone of something)
a to take a physical or mental burden from them relieved her of many responsibilities ;
b euphem to take or steal it from them The thief relieved him of his wallet .
3 to give help or assistance to someone in need.
4 to make something less monotonous or tedious, especially by providing a contrast.
5 to free or dismiss someone from a duty or restriction.
6 to take over a job or task from someone.
7 to come to the help of (a besieged town, fortress, military post, etc).
[14c: from French relever , from Latin relevare to reduce the load, from levare to lighten]
relievable adjective .
reliever noun .
relieve oneself to urinate or defecate.


relievo or rilievo
noun (relievos or rilievi ) art
1 relief.
2 a work in relief.
3 appearance of relief.
[17c: Italian]


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