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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put/set somebody’s ˈmind at ease/rest

do or say something to somebody which stops them worrying about something: If you’d phoned me it would have put my mind at ease.He was nervous about meeting my parents, so I tried to set his mind at rest.
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Certainly, providing additional security for residents and putting their minds at ease regarding who can enter their community can only help to market the community.
While most of the Angels organization luxuriated Monday during the club's lone off day this spring, Bartolo Colon went about the business of putting their minds at ease about his chronically aching back.
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