- adj.放心的; 宽慰的
- v.解除(relieve的过去分词); 减轻; 使得到解脱; 使宽慰
Your coming relieved me of the bother of writing a long letter.
Why should she have criticized him , he wondered. Then he suddenly saw the light and began to feel relieved.
We were relieved to hear that she was out of danger.
We mustn't forget the bitter past when we are relieved of our suffering.
The general was relieved of his office as a supreme commander.
We were greatly relieved to learn that his condition was not serious.
I was greatly relieved at the news.
With the capture of the escaped tiger, everyone felt relieved.
Her heart was relieved of its blankest dread.
She was relieved at the news.
She was glad to be relieved of this burden.
I was relieved to see that he seemed almost himself again.
The threat of flood has been relieved.
They are relieved of material difficulties.
I was relieved of my position as director.
I was relieved from anxiety.
The former minister was relieved of his post in last month's extensive government reshuffle.
Having gone a long time without scoring , he was relieved to find the net again.
The diplomat threw in a joke, and the tension was instantly relieved.
The captain was relieved from his post when his guilt was proved.
She was relieved to see his face light up with a boyish grin.
I was relieved to get back in the car and hit the road again.
The economic gloom of the early 1980s was relieved by fanciful architecture.
He looked first mollified and then relieved as it occurred to him his plight could be worse.
I am very relieved that it is over.
Sore throats may be relieved by cold compresses.
He was relieved at the result.
He was relieved his time in jail was over and regarded it as water under the bridge.
"He seems to be all right now," reported a relieved Taylor.
Like many others, Handford was relieved to see the spectre of 15% interest rates evaporate by the end of the day.
She said it relieved her feelings.
The coach is able to focus on the kids while the other parents are relieved to be off the hook for another season.
2019年高考英语全国卷2 阅读理解 阅读B 原文收起真题例句
1. (of pain or sorrow) made easier to bear