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chill roomnoun [C]

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  • chill room noun [C] (RELAXING AREA)

(also chill-out room) a ​room that ​people can use to ​relax in, for ​example at a ​dance club or ​office: The ​club has three ​rooms, a ​chillroom, and two ​dancefloors. a ​website or ​part of a ​website that ​containsrelaxingmusic and ​images, etc.
  • chill room noun [C] (COLD STORE)

a ​room used for ​storing things that is ​keptcold, usually used for ​keepingfoodfresh
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