ES relajo
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{masculine}

2. "persona problemática"

3. "tranquilidad", Spain

relajo (also: sosiego, calma)
relajo (also: paz, sosiego, armonía, para la paz)
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peace {noun}
En Barcelona era el momento de la euforia de la paz, se había firmado el acuerdo de Washington, la situación era de un cierto relajo político, intelectual y económico.
In Barcelona there was the euphoria of the peace, the Washington agreement had just been signed, there was a certain political, intellectual and economic relaxation.

4. "persona divertida", Mexico, colloquial

relajo (also: tandeo)
volume_up
laugh {noun} [coll.]

5. "problema", Mexico, colloquial

relajo (also: lío, rollo, jaleo, pedo)
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hassle {noun} [coll.]

Context sentences for "relajo" in English

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Spanishen ese departamento se toman las cosas con mucho relajo
they are far too easygoing in that department
Spanishcon tanto relajo vas a despertar al bebé
you'll wake the baby up with that commotion
Spanishcon ese imbécil no me caso ni de relajo
I wouldn't marry that idiot if you paid me
Spanishcon tanto relajo vas a despertar al bebé
you'll wake the baby up with that ruckus
Spanishcon ese imbécil no me caso ni de relajo
Spanishlas calles están hechas un relajo
Spanishfue un relajo
SpanishSe suspendieron las sanciones económicas, se redujeron las limitaciones a la pesca, se relajó el embargo de transportes y se abrieron nuevas líneas marítimas y aéreas.
Economic sanctions have been lifted, fishing restrictions reduced, the transport embargo relaxed and sea and air links established.
SpanishPienso, en general, que la exención o el relajo de las normas de visado son pasos positivos para la convivencia de los pueblos y para mejorar la cooperación entre los países.
I generally believe that exemptions from and relaxation of visa rules are positive moves for the coexistence of peoples and for improving cooperation between countries.