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Idioms about chill

    take a chill pill, Slang. See chill pill (def. 2).

Origin of chill

before 900; Middle English chile,Old English ci(e)le, cele coolness; akin to gelid, cool, cold

synonym study for chill

9. See cold.

OTHER WORDS FROM chill

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How to use chill in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for chill

chill
/ (tʃɪl) /

noun
adjective
another word for chilly
verb
See also chill out

Derived forms of chill

chilling, adjectivechillingly, adverbchillness, noun

Word Origin for chill

Old English ciele; related to calan to cool, Latin gelidus icy
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Medical definitions for chill

chill
[ chĭl ]

n.
A feeling of cold, with shivering and pallor, sometimes accompanied by an elevation of temperature in the interior of the body.
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