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chill US English

An unpleasant feeling of coldness in the atmosphere, one’s surroundings, or the body

chill US Thesaurus

a chill in the air

chill-out US English

Intended to induce or enhance a relaxed mood, in particular an area in a nightclub where quiet or ambient music is played

chill-cast US English

Rapidly solidify (cast iron or other metal) by contact with a cooled metal mould or other cold surface in order to produce a hard, dense surface

chill pill US English

A notional pill taken to make a person calm down or relax

cook-chill US English

Relating to or denoting a procedure whereby food is cooked and refrigerated by the manufacturer ready for reheating by the consumer

wind chill New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words even when attributive)

chill factor US English

Another term for windchill.

chill out in chill US English

Calm down and relax

chill someone's blood US English

Horrify or terrify someone

take the chill off US English

Warm slightly

chill someone's blood in chill US English

Horrify or terrify someone

windchill US English

A quantity expressing the effective lowering of the air temperature caused by the wind, especially as affecting the rate of heat loss from an object or human body or as perceived by an exposed person

chill factor in windchill US English

A quantity expressing the effective lowering of the air temperature caused by the wind, especially as affecting the rate of heat loss from an object or human body or as perceived by an exposed person

chill out in chill US Thesaurus

a place to chill out