chill Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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chillverb [I/T]

 us   /tʃɪl/
to make or become cold but not freeze: [I] Allow the pudding to chill. [T] Chill the pudding before serving.
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chillnoun [C]

 us   /tʃɪl/
a cold feeling: The sun was bright, but there was a chill in the air. fig. His words sent a chill down her spine (= made her suddenly very fearful). A chill is also a feeling of cold in your body that makes you shake slightly: She came home with a headache and chills.
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