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chill

(chĭl)
n.
1. A moderate but penetrating coldness.
2. A sensation of coldness, often accompanied by shivering and pallor of the skin.
3. A checking or dampening of enthusiasm, spirit, or joy: bad news that put a chill on the celebration.
4. A sudden numbing fear or dread.
adj.
1. Moderately cold; chilly: a chill wind.
2. Not warm and friendly; distant: a chill greeting.
3. Discouraging; dispiriting: "Chill penury repressed their noble rage" (Thomas Gray).
4. Slang Calm or relaxed: "As my meditation routine grew more stable...my already laid-back demeanor grew positively chill" (David Gelles).
v. chilled, chill·ing, chills
v. tr.
1. To affect with or as if with cold.
2. To lower in temperature; cool.
3. To make discouraged; dispirit.
4. Metallurgy To harden (a metallic surface) by rapid cooling.
v. intr.
1. To be seized with cold.
2. To become cold or set: jelly that chills quickly.
3. Metallurgy To become hard by rapid cooling.
4. Slang
a. To calm down or relax. Often used with out.
b. To pass time idly; loiter.
c. To spend time with someone in a relaxed manner; hang out together.

[Middle English chile, from Old English cele; see gel- in the Appendix of Indo-European roots.]

chill′ing·ly adv.
chill′ness n.

chilled

(tʃɪld)
adj
1. (of a person) feeling cold
2. (of food or drink) kept cool
3. informal Also: chilled-out relaxed or easy-going in character or behaviour
Translations
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I am chilled to the very marrow of my bones," answered Aunt Myra, chafing the end of her purple nose with her sombre glove.
She had done her best to keep warm, had skated till she was tired and hot, then stood watching others till she was chilled; tried to get up a glow again by trotting up and down the road, but failed to do so, and finally cuddled disconsolately under a pine-tree to wait and watch.
Can I even remember when the chilled, cramped feeling left me, and the throbbing heat came in its place?
Oh, the rain, the rain--the cruel rain that chilled me last night!
But if, like Queequeg and me in the bed, the tip of your nose or the crown of your head be slightly chilled, why then, indeed, in the general consciousness you feel most delightfully and unmistakably warm.
"I don't see that it would help matters if you, too, sat up and were chilled," I laughed.
l trembled under a present glance, I hungered after a present joy, I was clogged and chilled by a present fear.
PThanks to the intermittent spells of scorching heat your chilled section has probably been a local destination over summer, if only for customers to get a quick blast of cold air to escape the heat when it was here.
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As a result of which, the chilled water system market is anticipated to witness promising growth opportunities in the upcoming years.
Summary: Chilled water systems have been gaining widespread traction in recent times, on account of their ability to eliminate heat from water.