Definition of chilled in English:

chilled

Line breaks: chilled
Pronunciation: /tʃɪld
 
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adjective

1(Of food or drink) cooled in a refrigerator: a glass of chilled white wine chilled artichoke soup
More example sentences
  • The staff on the train were very good and bottles of chilled water were given out.
  • This was excessively cold, but at least this mistake meant the chilled liquid quenched our parched mouths.
  • But there's a way to enjoy those same sweet morsels of chilled, cooked crab in mustard sauce without heading to Florida.
2 informal Very relaxed: by Sunday evening I’m usually feeling pretty chilled the chilled atmosphere makes this a great way to enjoy some typical French cuisine
More example sentences
  • You've just returned from a fantastic skiing holiday, feeling chilled and refreshed - the only worry on the horizon the fact that you have to go back to work the next day.
  • It is chilled enough for when the lights go out, and energetic enough for the morning.
  • Back then I was really chilled.

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