relaxed

relaxed
Dre|laxed, re|laxt [ri'lɛkst ] <englisch> (umgangssprachlich für entspannt); Drelaxed oder relaxt sein; aber nur ein relaxter Typ; sie war die Relaxteste von allen
• relaxt / relaxed
Das Adjektiv relaxed (englisches Partizip zu to relax) ist im Deutschen früher gebräuchlich geworden als das Verb relaxen. Dessen Partizip relaxt wird heute ebenso häufig verwendet wie die Form mit -ed. In attributiver Verwendung (eine relaxte Stimmung) gilt nur die t-Schreibung.

Die deutsche Rechtschreibung. 2014.

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