Chill

  • 181 chill-out — ADJ: ADJ n Chill out places or things are intended to help you relax. [BRIT, INFORMAL] He shuffled off to one of the chill out rooms to collect his thoughts. ...some summer chill out music …

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  • 182 chill out — in. to calm down; to be cool; to get cool; to relax. □ All right now, people, chill . . . chill. □ Before we can debate this matter, you’re all gonna have to chill out …

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  • 183 chill out — PHRASAL VERB To chill out means to relax after you have done something tiring or stressful. [INFORMAL] [V P] After raves, we used to chill out in each others bedrooms. Syn: relax …

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  • 184 chill out —    When people chill out, often after a period of heavy work or nervous tension, they do something that helps them to calm down and relax for a while.     After a week of exams, the students needed to go and chill out …

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  • 185 chill wind —    If you face or feel the chill wind of something, you are beginning to encounter the problems or trouble it causes.     Many building companies are facing the chill wind of the recession …

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  • 186 chill out — to relax. I like to come home from work, have dinner, chill out for a little bit, and then go to bed. Usage notes: often said to someone who is too excited or upset: I was worried about the kids, and he told me I should just chill out …

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  • 187 chill someone’s action — tv. to squelch someone; to prevent someone from accomplishing something. □ Freddie is trying to chill my action, and I’m a little steamed about that. □ Just wait! I’ll chill his action just you wait …

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  • 188 chill-cast — ˈ ̷ ̷| ̷ ̷ adjective of a metal or alloy : cast with a chill (sense 4a) • chill casting noun …

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  • 189 chill factor — noun : windchill herein * * * ˈchill factor 7 [chill factor] noun the extent to which the wind makes the air feel colder; a number which represents this …

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  • 190 chill pill — noun (abstract): An imaginary medicine taken when excessively anxious or upset about a trivial matter. Take a chill pill, and calm down …

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  • 191 Chill out — 1. let go of emotional tension and stressful engagement; relax (originally US slang (1980s)); 2. adj designed or used for relaxing: This is my favourite chill out record …

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  • 192 chill out — I Australian Slang 1. let go of emotional tension and stressful engagement; relax (originally US slang (1980s)); 2. adj designed or used for relaxing: This is my favourite chill out record II Canadian Slang Calm down, relax …

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  • 193 chill out — v To relax, take it easy. Chill out, man; don t let them get you riled. 1980s …

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  • 194 chill out — pause to gain control of your emotions, cool off    I think you should chill out before you see the supervisor …

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  • 195 chill out — informal calm down and relax. → chill …

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  • 196 chill out — informal a place to chill out See relax 1) …

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  • 197 chill pill — Noun. Something that reduces anxiety and stress, and promotes relaxation. Mainly used figuratively in phrases such take a chill pill …

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  • 198 chill-out — Verb. To relax. Noun. A time or place where people chill out, often whilst on drugs or in a hot sweaty club …

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  • 199 ˌchill ˈout — phrasal verb informal same as chill …

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  • 200 chill factor — /ˈtʃɪl fæktə/ (say chil faktuh) noun the temperature which human beings feel on exposed skin which is lower than the normal temperature readings because of the additional factor of wind speed; wind chill factor …

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