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Translation of "chill" - English-Spanish dictionary

chill

noun   /tʃɪl/
a cold feeling fresco, escalofrío There is a definite chill in the air.
verb   /tʃɪl/
to become cold, or to make someone or something become cold enfriar(se) Chill the wine before serving.
(Definition of chill from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

chill

noun /tʃil/
coldness frío There’s a chill in the air.
(medical) an illness which causes shivering resfriado I think I’ve caught a chill.
chilly adjective ( comparative chillier, superlative chilliest)
cold frío a chilly day.
chilliness noun
frío the chilliness of the winter climate.
(Definition of chill from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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