Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Chill"

The meaning of "Chill" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I’m getting chills just thinking about it. mean?
A: @0kada_ then in that context it means that it had a strong positive emotional impact on them.
Q: What does chill with mean?
A: Bob you need to chill with that beer (you are telling bob he's drinking too much beer)

Bob, chill out! (Bob is arguing with someone and you're trying to calm him down)

Hey Bob you wanna chill with me and Mike tonight? (Inviting Bob to come watch tv or drink beer with you and mike)
Q: What does no chill mean?
A: Chill can be used in many situations.
"You're chill" - You're cool.
"We should chill." - We should hang out.
"You have no chill." - You can't calm down/ you're not being rational
Q: What does chill mean?
A: @MariaJose: In conversation it means "calm down", "don't worry", "don't be so angry / excited".

Normally it means "a cold feeling" (noun) or "to make something cold" (verb).
Q: What does chill or chilling mean?
A: There are a few answers. "Chill" means that it's cold out or that you are cold. Chill can also mean "relaxed" or "calm" (ex. "I'm a chill person") or people will also use as another word to say that they want to hang out with someone (ex. "Do you want to chill tomorrow?" or "I'm chilling with my friend"). "Chilling" can also mean that you are scared by something (ex. "The skeleton is chilling")

Example sentences using "Chill"

Q: Please show me example sentences with chills up/down (someone) spine.
A: "When he kissed her, it sent chills down her spine" (good chills, because she enjoys kissing him)
"The sounds coming from the haunted house sent chills down his spine" (bad chills, because he is scared)
Q: Please show me example sentences with chills up/down (someone) spine.
A: I feel like someone is watching me, it gives me chills down my spine.
The cold breeze gave me a chill down my spine
Q: Please show me example sentences with chill.
A: There was a chill in the autumn air.
He closed the windows to keep out the chill.
Her symptoms include chills and a fever.
He caught a chill that turned into a bad cold.
The novel's final scene gave him the chills.
Her words sent chills down my spine.
Q: Please show me example sentences with chill(verb).
A: Chill has many meanings.
1) To make cold
2) Hang out (casual)
3) Calm down (casual)

1) You should chill it in the freezer.

2) Let's chill soon! When are you free?

3) Chill man! It's not a big deal.
Q: Please show me example sentences with chill.
A: To hangout with someone
Hey want to chill at my house?

To do nothing
What are you doing? Just chilling.

To make cold
The recipe said to let the cookie dough Chill in the fridge for an hour

A response when someone is over reacting
Dude you need to chill

Synonyms of "Chill" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between chill and chill out ?
A: Yes as a shorter way to say chill out, but it usually means an unpleasant coldness.
Q: What is the difference between chill out and calm down ?

Chill out means to relax. It can be a request to someone, but not always.

I'm going to chill out on Saturday.
Chill out, it's only a game of football!

Calm down is the process of relaxing. It can also be a request.

I find it hard to calm down after exercise.
Calm down, it's only a traffic jam.
Q: What is the difference between chill with and hang out with ?
A: Not a big difference. They are almost the same thing.
Chilling with is usually when you are not doing much.
Hanging out is usually when you are just playing or talking.
Q: What is the difference between chill and cold ?
A: For 風邪?

I feel as if I've caught a chill.

I think I've got a chill.

Doctor Igirisujin prescribes a hot curry, a hot bath, a glass of whisky and an early night. : )
Q: What is the difference between chill out and relax ?
A: Yes, it is the same thing. Although, "chill out" is more informal and you'd usually say it with friends or close family member. Here's some examples:

1. "Just chill out already!"

2. "Chill out, man."

3. "You need to chill out."

But also, "Chill out" is normally used when someone is very upset.

Translations of "Chill"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? down to chill
A: To chill = to relax or to do something that is not stressful
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what's meaning of no chill
A: 太认真

" no chill"是流行俚语: 与世无争; 随你怎么样, 大概这个意思
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? chill -> Does this mean it's cold? Or does this mean rest?
A: It can mean that you keep something cool. But it is mostly used to mean to relax
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? chill out
A: it means relax
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? chill
A: @carrowchen the word "chill" in that sentence may also be similar to "relax". It means the person is hoping to relax maybe near a body of water, like a river or sea tomorrow. 😊

Other questions about "Chill"

Q: it gave me the chill
it gave me a chill
it gave me the creeps
it gave me some creeps

which ones are natural?
A: This is complicated for me to explain 😢😂 but I will try!

When you say “a chill ran down his spine”, it means that something made the person uneasy. When you give someone the creeps, you make them feel uneasy overall - everything within them says not to trust you.

When someone has a chill down their spine, you can kind of think of it as them feeling cold travel through their body. That is a chill (noun), but to feel that experience is the chills.

In English, we don’t say that someone has a creep (a creep is what we call someone who is creepy —> “that guy is such a creep!” Vs “he gives me the creeps.”)

You’re walking alone at night and you see someone nearby who looks sketchy (like trouble). A chill travels down your spine and you get the chills (the hair on your arms/neck stands up, you get goosebumps... the effect is plural, it encompasses multiple parts of your body).
Q: Please show me how to pronounce chill out, calm down.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: I'm chilling or I'm chill Does this sound natural?
A: I'm chilling is like que te estás relajando o pasando el rato and I'm chill means like estas tranquilo, calmado
Q: What does "chill out" mean?
A: If someone is really upset and you tell them to chill out it means to tell them to relax and calm down
Q: Take a chill pill. You shall breathe deeply first of all. Does this sound natural?
A: "Shall" is kind of an old fashioned word, just use "should". Also "take a deep breath" is what is more commonly said, so the sentence should be "First of all, you should take a deep breath."

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