chill pill


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chill pill

n. Slang
Something that calms nerves or induces relaxation.
Idiom:
take a chill pill
To calm down; relax.

chill pill

n
informal an imaginary medicinal pill with a calming, relaxing effect: take a chill pill.
Translations

chill pill

n (esp US sl) → Beruhigungsmittel nt; take a chill pillreg dich ab (inf), → bleib mal locker (inf)
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Take a chill pill,' someone tells me as I rant and rage about yet another idiotic issue that could be efficiently solved either through rule of law, human decency, or common sense.
If you to a don't it stick on its While we're in Turnberry's neck of the woods, can someone give a chill pill to Donald Trump?
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But if we could just … scream after the song, enjoy the songs … the screaming is awesome, it's fine, and then we take a chill pill for a second and we just listen to me speak.
This was very scary, but this time I told him to "mind his manners and to stop dressing up as a clown", to which his reply was "take a chill pill man, I am only having a laugh".
One bag featured in the collection is named the Chill Pill.
But Harmison has told Wood to take a chill pill as England head to Edgbaston for Wednesday's third Test after stuffing the Aussies in Cardiff and getting stuffed themselves at Lord's last week.
Take a chill pill and get on with it"' - Strictly Come Dancing's Brendan Cole, once renowned for his volatility.
Now can you all take a chill pill - of the legal kind - and relax?
His advice for those still hoping for a "grand bargain" to reduce federal benefits costs or raise tax revenues: "Take a chill pill and wait until 2017.
I wish someone would give our caped crusader a chill pill.