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British pronunciation/ɹɪlˈiːv/
American pronunciation/ɹiˈɫiv/, /ɹɪˈɫiv/
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to decrease the amount of pain, stress, etc.

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to take over for someone, typically temporarily, so that they can be freed from their duties

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to alleviate or mitigate a hardship, injustice, or oppressive situation through legal or official action

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to provide assistance, reinforcements, or supplies to a location or group of people under siege or in a state of emergency

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to break up monotony or boredom by adding diversity or change

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to lessen or mitigate the intensity or burden of a situation

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to take something away through stealing or cunning actions

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Medication has relieved the intensity of his chronic pain.
The ongoing therapy sessions are currently relieving her emotional distress.
A warm bath relieved the muscle tension after a long day.
Taking a short break can relieve stress during a busy workday.
A good night's sleep will relieve fatigue and improve overall well-being.
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