Definition of chill-out in English:

chill-out

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adjective

[attributive] informal
Intended to induce or enhance a relaxed mood, in particular an area in a nightclub where quiet or ambient music is played.
More example sentences
  • If you're into ambient, chill-out, trip-hop, electro-dub or downbeat, this album is for you.
  • Make The Face combines elements of lowdown sex, dirty funk and electropop with hints of hip-hop and chill-out, providing an excellent soundtrack to life in the bustling metropolis of 2004.
  • So imagine my reaction when a new techno chill-out ambient album, promising ‘peace, love and spaced out infinity sounds’ landed on my desk.

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