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British English: /tʃɪl/
American English: /tʃɪl/

Translation of chill in French:


  • 3 [figurative] to send a chill through somebody ou down somebody's spine
    donner des frissons à quelqu'un


  • 2 [figurative] (causing fear)
    (reminder, words)

transitive verb

  • 1 (Culinary) (make cool)
    mettre [quelque chose] à refroidir
    (dessert, soup)
    (keep cool) (meat, fish)
  • 2
    (wind) (air, atmosphere)
    faire frissonner
  • 3 [figurative] (cause to fear)
    faire frissonner
    to chill somebody's ou the blood
    glacer le sang à quelqu'un

intransitive verb

also: chilled past participle adjective

  • (cool)
    bien frais
    (refrigerated) (food)

Phrasal verbs

chill out

chill out!

Definition of chill in:

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