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chill out

(also chill) informal
phrasal verb with chill uk   us   /tʃɪl/ verb [I or T]
B2 to relax completely, or not allow things to upset you: I'm just chilling out in front of the TV. Chill out, Dad. The train doesn't leave for another hour!
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