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chillax

[ chi-laks ]
/ tʃɪˈlæks /
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verb (used without object) Slang.
to calm down; relax; chill.
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Origin of chillax

1990–95; blend of chill (in the slang sense “to calm down”) + relax
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British Dictionary definitions for chillax

chillax
/ (tʃɪˈlæks) /

verb (intr) slang
to take rest or recreation, as from work or effort

Word Origin for chillax

C20: chill (sense 3) + (rel) ax
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