- v. 使…安心；再保证；重拾(信心等)
- 再鼓舞...的信心， （使）恢复信心， 重拾（信心等）
- vt. & vi. (使)安心 remove the fears or doubts of
cause to feel sure; give reassurance to;
"The airline tried to reassure the customers that the planes were safe"
give or restore confidence in; cause to feel sure or certain;
"I reassured him that we were safe"
- The police reassured her about the child's safety.
- We went to the hospital to reassure ourselves about his condition.
- The manager tried to reassure her that she will not lose her job.
- A glance in the mirror reassured him that his tie wasn't crooked.
- Let me reassure you (that) your service is quite satisfying.
- This seemed to reassure him and he continued more confidently.
- The doctor reassures the sick man.
- The teacher's calmness during the storm reassured the children.
- People are reassured.
- “You're positive no one knows we are out of town?”“No one,I'm positive.”Adcock reassured him.
- I was trying to reassure her that things weren't as bad as she thought.
- Reassure him that we shall go.
- reassure about (v.+prep.)
宽慰 comfort; console
reassure sb about sth
The doctor reassured the sick man about his health.
- reassure the sick man 消除病人对健康的疑虑
A car drew up...I was alarmed, then reassured when I saw it was a taxi.出自： P. Theroux
'It's a good sign to be nervous,' Hugh reassured me.出自： E. Longford
- 在非正式语体中, reassure能引出直接引语,作“宽慰某人”解。
- assure 使确信
- comfort 舒适
- support 支持
- encourage 鼓励
- soothe 缓和
- calm 平静的
- bolster 长枕
- uplift 鼓舞
- cheer 欢呼
- solace 安慰
- worry 撕咬