ease meaning

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  • Ease may refer to:
  • ease or a cure (for a dis-ease)
  • Ease (programming language)
  • Ease (sewing)
  • Ease (software), presentation software for the GNOME desktop environment
  • Ease (novel), by Patrick Gale
  • EASE, European Association of Science Editors
  • EASE/ACCESS, an experiment which flew on the Space Shuttle in 1985
  • Methylone, a substitute for the drug ecstasy, marketed briefly in New Zealand under the brand name Ease
  • At Ease may refer to:
  • At Ease, a desktop environment for Macintosh computers
  • “At ease” (U.S.) or “Stand at ease” (UK) is a military parade command.

    Definition of ease in English Dictionary

  • NounSUF-ase
    1. The state of being comfortable or free from stress.
      1. She enjoyed the ease of living in a house where the servants did all the work.
    2. Freedom from pain, worry, agitation, etc.
      1. His mind was at ease when he received his pension.
    3. Freedom from effort, difficulty or hardship.
      1. He passed all the exams with ease.
    4. Dexterity or facility.
      1. He played the organ with ease.
    5. Affluence and freedom from financial problems.
      1. After winning the jackpot, she lived a life of luxurious ease.
    6. Relaxation, rest and leisure.
      1. We took our ease on the patio.
    7. (clothing) Additional space to allow movement within a garment.
      1. to add ease to a waist measurement
  • VerbSGeasesPReasingPT, PPeased
    1. VT To free (something) from pain, worry, agitation, etc.
      1. He eased his conscience by confessing.
    2. VT To alleviate, assuage or lessen (pain).
      1. He loosened his shoe to ease the pain.
    3. VT To give respite to (someone).
      1. The provision of extra staff eased their workload.
    4. VT To loosen or slacken the tension on (something).
      1. We eased the rope, then lowered the sail.
    5. VT To reduce the difficulty of (something).
      1. We had to ease the entry requirements.
    6. VT To move (something) slowly and carefully.
      1. He eased the cork from the bottle.
    7. VI To lessen in severity.
      1. The pain eased overnight.
    8. VI To proceed with little effort.
      1. The car eased onto the motorway.
  • More Examples
    1. Used in the Middle of Sentence
      • It is not an unreasonable argument, but the effective counter is that they have still managed to outachieve and outlast a generation, with ease and without burning out.
      • I will, if please you it discure, assay / To ease you of that ill, so wisely as I may. — Spenser.
      • The new data really put my mind at ease over buying this car.
    2. Used in the Ending of Sentence
      • VW is the essence of speed in machine learning, able to learn from terafeature datasets with ease.
      • We have found that a patrolman in the central section of the city can switch on, and later switch off, 100 signs with ease.
  • Part-of-Speech Hierarchy
    1. Nouns
      • Singularia tantum
        • Uncountable nouns
      • Verbs
        • Intransitive verbs
          • Transitive verbs
        Related Links:
        1. en easel
        2. en easement
        3. en easeful
        4. en eases
        5. en eased
        Source: Wiktionary

        Meaning of ease for the defined word.

        Grammatically, this word "ease" is a noun, more specifically, a singularia tantum. It's also a verb, more specifically, an intransitive verb and a transitive verb.
        Difficultness: Level 1
        Easy     ➨     Difficult
        Definiteness: Level 9
        Definite    ➨     Versatile