PEACE expressions

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Here are some expressions related to peace which can help you be more eloquent and sound more natural when speaking English

Bring about peace – to cause peace to happen.
The most efficient way to bring about peace in the country is to negotiate.


Hold/keep one’s peace – unwilling to talk about something.
Many people had witnessed the crime but held their peace.


Peace and quiet – free from disturbance.
We moved to the country for some peace and quiet.


Peace of mind – a feeling of safety, worryless.
Would you please close the gate for my peace of mind?


Rest in peace – expressing hope that the deceased person’s spirit will find peace.
May his soul rest in peace!

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