put (one's) mind at ease

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put (one's) mind at ease

To reduce or remove one's worry, anxiety, dread, fear, etc. I know you're anxious to hear how your father is doing after the surgery, so let me put your mind at ease—he's going to make a full recovery. That bonus really put my mind at ease about these debts.
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I knew my engineers would be worried and nervous of how the start went, so that's why I tried to put their minds at ease," he claimed.
The ministry wants to increase the productivity of women teachers and put their minds at ease concerning the safety of their children during working hours, the minister said on his Twitter account recently.
At Belvoir we have the expertise to put their minds at ease.
If landlords have empty properties on their hands this will hopefully put their minds at ease and focus their attentions on finding the right tenants.
If landlords have empty properties on their hands, this will hopefully put their minds at ease.
I rang all the players to put their minds at ease - there aren't going to be massive changes.
People are a little nervous but we have seen it picking up and our approach is very much one of trying to put their minds at ease.
Environmental Water Systems, America's leader in water filtration solutions, can put their minds at ease.
And the Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust is also contacting 581 unaffected patients who had the correct dose of radiotherapy from April 1999 to July 2001 to put their minds at ease.
By creating a readily available fund of liquid assets, you can put their minds at ease and avoid forced asset sales that can wreck an otherwise solid estate plan.
Since the incident is so fresh in the past, we're putting armed guards so both the employees and the members can put their minds at ease,'' said Bruce Greenwood, a senior vice president with Costco.
If they have a liquidity concern, we try to put their minds at ease if possible.
Nobody knew what kind of snake it was or if it was poisonous, until Kayleigh was able to put their minds at ease.
She said: "The work the hospital does is absolutely amazing, but also the manner in which they look after the families and reassure them, put their minds at ease and make Christmas time in hospital as happy a time as it possibly can be.
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