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chill  Verb
Plural: chills
  1. Translate "chill" to Spanish: enfriar, poner a enfriar
    English Synonyms of "chill": cool, cool down, slake
    Define meaning of "chill": Make cool or cooler.
  2. Chill the food.

  3. Translate "chill" to Spanish: desalentar, enfriar
    English Synonyms of "chill": discourage, dampen, daunt, dishearten, dismay, cause to lose interest
    Define meaning of "chill": Depress or discourage.
  4. His indifference chilled the relation, Su indiferencia enfrió la relación.
    The news of the city's surrender chilled the soldiers.

  5. Translate "chill" to Spanish: pasmar, congelar, dejar helado
    English Synonyms of "chill": stun, astonish, bewilder, dumbfound, flabbergast, stagger, astound
    Define meaning of "chill": Make senseless or dizzy by or as if by a blow. ; Surprise greatly; knock someone's socks off. ; Overcome as with astonishment or disbelief.

  6. Translate "chill" to Spanish: refrigerar
    English Synonyms of "chill": cool, freeze, refrigerate
    Define meaning of "chill": Make cool or cooler.

  7. Translate "chill" to Spanish: dejar inconsciente
    English Synonyms of "chill": knock out, knock cold, knock out cold, knock unconscious, leave unconscious, put out of count, render someone unconscious, render unconscious
    Define meaning of "chill": Knock unconscious or senseless.

  8. Translate "chill" to Spanish: desairar
    English Synonyms of "chill": snub, spurn, cold-dis, fluff off, give the brush, give the fluff
    Define meaning of "chill": Refuse to acknowledge.

  9. Translate "chill" to Spanish: calmarse
    English Synonyms of "chill": calm down, become calm, calm, cool down, cool off, become quiet, quieten
    Define meaning of "chill": Become quiet or calm, especially after a state of agitation.

chill  Noun
  1. Translate "chill" to Spanish: frío, rasca
    English Synonyms of "chill": cold, coldness, chilliness
    Define meaning of "chill": Coldness due to a cold environment. ; A sensation of cold that often marks the start of an infection and the development of a fever.

  2. Translate "chill" to Spanish: escalofrío, calofrío, escalofrío en la espalda, sensación de frío
    English Synonyms of "chill": shivering, cold chill, shiver, shudder, thrill, dander, fit of shuddering, frisson
    Define meaning of "chill": An almost pleasurable sensation of fright. ; A sensation of cold that often marks the start of an infection and the development of a fever.
  3. A frisson of surprise shot through him.


  4. Translate "chill" to Spanish: resfriado, fiebre intermitente, resfriamiento
    English Synonyms of "chill": catarrh, common cold, head cold, chills and fever, cold, cold in the head, intermittent fever, ague, cooling, agne
    Define meaning of "chill": A sensation of cold that often marks the start of an infection and the development of a fever.

  5. Translate "Chill" to Spanish: Chill

chill  Adjective
  1. Translate "chill" to Spanish: frío, moderadamente frío
    English Synonyms of "chill": cold, cool, moderately cold, nippy, chilly, parky
    Define meaning of "chill": Uncomfortably cool.
  2. A chill wind.
    Chilly weather.


  3. Translate "chill" to Spanish: excelente
    English Synonyms of "chill": cool, excellent, great, outstanding, A-class, A-one, blue-ribbon, awesome, first-rate
    Define meaning of "chill": Fashionable and attractive at the time; often skilled or socially adept.

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