chilled out (tʃɪld aʊt)
- (informal) relaxed
chill out (informal)
- (intransitive, adverb) to relax, esp after energetic dancing or a spell of hard work
- suitable for relaxation after energetic dancing or hard work ⇒
a chill-out area,
Example Sentences Including 'chilled out'
I sat and chilled out as the boat skimmed along just in front of the rocks and just enjoyed the moment.
Yachting Boating World (2005)
One A&R man remembers `this beautiful girl -- quite a hippy chick, quite laid back in the extreme, very, very chilled out.
THE LAST PARTY: Britpop, Blair and the demise of English rock (2003)
Paul has chilled out now and Alan is cooling his heels in the clink.
She went on holiday to Tunisia with her model boyfriend David Sebastian, 32, where they generally chilled out and drank champagne.
Sun, News of the World (2001)
We really chilled out and had a bit of a dance on the boat and a good time.
Courier, Sunday Mail (2004)
With the benefit of hindsight: "We should have chilled out on the islands first, then done the safari camps," says Emma.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
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