Translation of "chill" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

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chillverb [ I or T ]

uk /tʃɪl/ us /tʃɪl/

to (cause to) become cold but not freeze

I've put the beer in the fridge to chill. 我把啤酒放到了冰箱裡冰鎮一下。
Chill the wine before serving. 上酒前先冰鎮一下。

Phrasal verb(s)


uk /tʃɪl/ us /tʃɪl/

chill noun (COLD)

C2 [ S ] a feeling of cold

There was a chill in the air this morning. 今天早上有點冷颼颼的。

chill noun (ILLNESS)

[ C ] a slight fever

Don't go out with wet hair, you might catch a chill. 頭髮濕的時候別出去,會著涼的。

chill noun (BAD FEELING)

C2 [ S ] a sudden unpleasant feeling, especially of fear

I suddenly realized, with a chill of apprehension, the danger ahead. 我突然一陣恐懼,意識到前面有危險。


uk /tʃɪl/ us /tʃɪl/ literary

chilly (= cold)


(Translation of “chill” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)