Laid-back



[leyd-bak] /ˈleɪdˈbæk/

adjective, Slang.
1.
relaxed or unhurried:
laid-back music rhythms.
2.
free from stress; easygoing; carefree:
a laid-back way of living.
adjective
1.
(informal) relaxed in style, character, or behaviour; easy-going and unhurried

adjective

Relaxed; easy-going: a sort of laid-back, not insane Janis Joplin/ relatively upbeat moods, laid-back-in-the-South-Seas

[1960s+; perhaps fr the reclining posture of highway motorcyclists]

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