Phrasal Verbs.

‘Calm down’ means, to become relaxed, quiet, less angry or upset with someone or something.

Example:  “After the fight and the police arrived, everything seemed to ‘calm down’.

‘Settle down’ – has two meanings; it can mean similar to above.  To become calm or composed.  It can also mean: To begin living a stable normal life.

Example:  “After all the women he went out with.  He met Gloria and settled down”.

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