Hindi translation of 'chill'
chill /tʃɪl चिल्/
Word forms: chills, chilling, chilled
1. transitive verb
To chill something means to make it cold.
Chill the tarts for two hours before serving.
The wind chilled our wet bodies to the bone.
...a glass of chilled fruit juice.
2. transitive verb, countable noun
If something that you see, hear, or feel chills you, it frightens you. If something sends a chill through you, it gives you a sudden feeling of fear or anxiety.[written]
भयभीत करना/भय mn
This film will chill you to the bone.
...a chill of fear.
भयभीत करने वाला
...a chilling reminder of the destruction.
3. countable noun
A chill is a mild illness which can give you a slight fever.
If you chill out, you relax after doing something tiring or stressful.[informal]
...music to chill out to.
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Example Sentences Including 'chill'
There was a slight chill in the air now, Maggie noticed, giving a little shiver.AFTERMATH (2001)
The weather had turned freezing -- the green, baleful chill of a May which has perversely decided to turn its back on summer.INSTANCES OF THE NUMBER 3 (2002)
They were shivering in the sudden cold, their thin clothes no protection against the chill of the river air.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
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'chill' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يُبَرِّدُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: esfriar
- Chinese: 变冷
- Croatian: ohladiti
- Czech: vychladit chladit
- Danish: afkøle
- Dutch: afkoelen
- European Spanish: enfriar
- Finnish: jäähdyttää
- French: refroidir
- German: kühlen
- Greek: ψύχω
- Italian: raffreddare
- Japanese: 冷やす
- Korean: 식히다
- Norwegian: avkjøle
- Polish: oziębić oziębiać
- Portuguese: esfriar
- Romanian: a răci
- Russian: охлаждать
- Spanish: enfriar
- Swedish: kyla ner
- Thai: ทำให้เย็น
- Turkish: soğutmak
- Ukrainian: охолоджувати охолодити
- Vietnamese: làm lạnh
Translation of chill from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary