1. Cause (pain, distress, or difficulty) to become less severe or serious.
2. Release (someone) from duty by taking their place.
3. Take (a burden) from someone.
4. Make less tedious or monotonous by the introduction of variety.
5. Used as a formal or euphemistic expression for urination or defecation.
Verb form: Relieve, Relieved, Relieved
Prabh will not be able to relieve the suffering of his friend.