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chillverb [I or T]

uk   us   /tʃɪl/
to (cause to) become cold but not freeze: I've put the beer in the fridge to chill. Chill the wine before serving.
Phrasal verbs

chillnoun

uk   us   /tʃɪl/

chill noun (COLD)

C2 [S] a feeling of cold: There was a chill in the air this morning.

chill noun (ILLNESS)

[C] a slight fever: Don't go out with wet hair, you might catch a chill.

chill noun (BAD FEELING)

chilladjective

uk   us   /tʃɪl/ literary
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