ease off

VERB
  1. become less intense
  2. reduce pressure or intensity
    he eased off the gas pedal and the car slowed down
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How To Use ease off In A Sentence

  • Trade union Solidarity on Thursday announced that it rejected what it describes as the skimpy wage increase offer of 3 percent by Metrorex's Consolidated Murchison Mine (Consmurch) outside Phalaborwa during the first round of wage negotiations at the company. IOL: News
  • You will never get the grease off the plates if you don't use soap.
  • Stand the pastry case on a can and ease off the collar. Times, Sunday Times
  • As he grows he will become less supple and the pains will ease off. Times, Sunday Times
  • The slope began to ease off towards the edge of hill above.
  • Goring knew when to crack the whip and when to ease off; the result was a team that played as hard in April as it did in October.
  • Winston fitted a nib into the penholder and sucked it to get the grease off.
  • They gun the boat towards the fish and ease off just before they get too near them.
  • Jay had been working as a furrier in Glasgow but he contracted a skin disease off the pelts.
  • He actually did look like the punisher.thats my 2 cents ,,like it's worth even 1,so enjoy or don't,but hey I didn't agree with the reveiwer but lets ease off the personal slammming it's pretty low rent. Kevin's Review: Punisher: War Zone - The Death of The Punisher « FirstShowing.net
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