chill

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} ürpermek
{i} üşüme
{i} titreme

Titremelerden sonraki sıcaklık bizi mest etti. - The warmth after the chills intoxicated us.

{i} ürperme
{i} soğuk

Soğuk yağmur soğuğu iliklerime kadar hissettirir. - Cold rain makes me chilled to the bone.

Bu sabah hava biraz soğuk. - The weather is a little chilly this morning.

{s} buz gibi
{f} (yiyecek/içecek) soğutmak
kaçırmak neşesini
üşütme

Hava soğuyor. Üşütmemeye gayret et. - It's getting chilly. Take care that you don't catch a cold.

{f} soğut

Sözlerinin keskin tonu, atmosferi soğuttu. - The sharp tone of his words chilled the atmosphere.

Ben şarabı daha çok soğutmak istiyorum. - I want to chill the wine more.

{i} soğuk döküm kalıbı
ürpertmek
korkutmak
soğumak
soğutmak

Ben şarabı daha çok soğutmak istiyorum. - I want to chill the wine more.

ürperti

Tom omurgasına giden bir ürperti hissetti. - Tom felt a chill go up his spine.

Tom sırtından aşağı inen bir ürperti hissetti. - Tom felt a chill go down his back.

soğuk algınlığı
soğukluk
chill soğu/soğut
soğuk algınlığı nöbeti,v.soğut: n.soğuk
{f} dondurmak
{f} üşümek
{i} serinlik
{s} üşütücü
{f} üşütmek
chillriess soğuk
{f} kırmak (ümidini)
soğuk davranış
(Biyoloji) soğuk algınlığı nöbeti
sertleşmek
{i} soğukalgınlığı
{f} donmak
soğutmak ümidini kırmak
chillingly üşütücü bir şekilde
(Tıp) Titreme, üşüme, ürperme, vücudunda soğukluk hissetme, titreme ve üşüme hissi ile belirgin geçici nöbet
{f} kaçırmak (neşesini)
(Gıda) serinletmek
titremek
chill out
moralini bozmamak
chill casting
sert döküm
chill factor
hissedilen sıcaklık
chill somebody to the bone
içine işlemek
chill somebody to the marrow
içine işlemek
chill store
soğuk hava deposu
chill water
soğuk su
chill in
chill içinde
chill of
chill ve
chill on
hevesin kaçması
chill out
(deyim) Rahatlamak, sakinleşmek, sakin olmak
chill pill
chill hap
chill cast rollers
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) dökme demir valsler
chill of fear
korkudan titreme
chill out
{f} moralinizi bozmayın
chilling
dondurucu
catch a chill
soğuk almak
wind chill
(Askeri) SERİNLETİCİ RÜZGAR TESİRİ: Rüzgar ve hava sıcaklığının, ısınmış cisimler üzerindeki müşterek soğutucu etkisi. Bu etki saatte bir metre kare için kilo kalori ile ifade edilir
chill out
rahatlamak
chill out
sakin kalmak
chilled
soğutulmuş
chiller
(Denizbilim) akvaryum kliması
chilling
soğutma
chilling
soğuma
wind chill index
(Meteoroloji) rüzgar soğutma endeksi
chilled
{f} soğut

Sözlerinin keskin tonu, atmosferi soğuttu. - The sharp tone of his words chilled the atmosphere.

catch a chill
üşütmek
chilled
söğüt(mak)
refrigerate, cool, chill
Chill serin soğutmak
to chill out
chill out için
wind chill
(Meteoroloji) Hissedilen Sıcaklık: Havadaki rüzgar ve/veya nem etkisiyle duruma göre gerçek değerinden farklı hissedilebilen sıcaklık
wind-chill factor
rüzgar-chill faktörü
cast a chill over
(deyim) soğukluk getirmek
cast a chill upon
soğukluk getirmek
cast a chill upon
soğuk duş etkisi yapmak
chilled
{s} donmuş
chilled
sogut
chilled
{s} dondurulmuş
chiller
ürperten hikaye/soğutucu
chilling
üşütücü
chilling
soğuk
chills
titreme

Titremelerden sonraki sıcaklık bizi mest etti. - The warmth after the chills intoxicated us.

morning chill
sabah serinliği
take the chill of
ılıtmak
take the chill of
donmasını geçirmek
take the chill off
(Fiili Deyim ) (sıvı , oda vs.) hafifçe ısıtmak , ılıklaştırmak
take the chill off
(deyim) soğukluğunu gidermek
take the chill off
(deyim) hafifçe ısıtmak
take the chill off
(deyim) ılıklaştırmak
wind chill
(Askeri) serinletici rüzgar tesiri
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A sudden penetrating sense of cold, especially one that causes a brief trembling nerve response through the body; the trembling response itself; often associated with illness: fevers and chills, or susceptibility to illness: close the window or you'll catch a chill

I felt a chill when the wind picked up.

To "hang", hang out; to spend time with another person or group. Also chill out

Hey, we should chill this weekend.

To relax, lay back. Also chill out

The new gym teacher really has to chill or he's gonna blow a gasket.

Calm, relaxed, easygoing. See also: '''chill out

Paint-your-own ceramics studios are a chill way to express yourself while learning more about your date's right brain.

To smoke marijuana

On Friday night do you wanna chill?.

An uncomfortable and numbing sense of fear, dread, anxiety, or alarm, often one that is sudden and usually accompanied by a trembling nerve response resembling the body's response to biting cold

His menacing presence cast a chill over everyone.

To become hard by rapid cooling
To lower the temperature of something; to cool

Chill before serving.

A moderate, but uncomfortable and penetrating coldness

There was a chill in the air.

To harden a metal surface by sudden cooling
"Cool"; meeting a certain hip standard or garnering the approval of a certain peer group

That new movie was chill, man.

Moderately cold or chilly

A chill wind was blowing down the street.

To become cold

In the wind he chilled quickly.

{v} to make cold, deject, depress, blast
{a} moderately cold, cold with shivering, forbidding, dull, dejected
{n} moderate cold, or with dampness and shivering, the fit which precedes the fever
abbr CCITT High Level Language
depress or discourage; "The news of the city's surrender chilled the soldiers"
When you chill something or when it chills, you lower its temperature so that it becomes colder but does not freeze. Chill the fruit salad until serving time These doughs can be rolled out while you wait for the pastry to chill. a glass of chilled champagne. warm up
To check enthusiasm or warmth of feeling of; to depress; to discourage
Cool, Hip (Adj) Keenly aware of or knowledgeable about the latest trends or developments, Very fashionable or stylish
If something sends a chill through you, it gives you a sudden feeling of fear or anxiety. The violence used against the students sent a chill through Indonesia He smiled, an odd, dreamy smile that sent chills up my back. = shiver
To relax, lay back
{s} cool, cold
Affected by cold
uncomfortably cool; "a chill wind"; "chilly weather"
an almost pleasurable sensation of fright; "a frisson of surprise shot through him"
A sudden numbing fear or dread
To refrigerate something until cold
uncomfortably cool; "a chill wind"; "chilly weather
An iron mold or portion of a mold, serving to cool rapidly, and so to harden, the surface of molten iron brought in contact with it
The hardened part of a casting, as the tread of a car wheel
a sudden numbing dread
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When cold weather or something cold chills a person or a place, it makes that person or that place feel very cold. An exposed garden may be chilled by cold winds Wade placed his chilled hands on the radiator and warmed them The boulder sheltered them from the chilling wind
A sensation of cold with convulsive shaking of the body, pinched face, pale skin, and blue lips, caused by undue cooling of the body or by nervous excitement, or forming the precursor of some constitutional disturbance, as of a fever
To become surface-hardened by sudden cooling while solidifying; as, some kinds of cast iron chill to a greater depth than others
Calm, relaxed
lacking enthusiasm or warmth; formal; distant; as, a chill reception
To cool food in the refrigerator without freezing
{i} cold, frost; shiver, shudder
To place food in refrigerator until cold but not frozen
A chill is a mild illness which can give you a slight fever and headache. He caught a chill while performing at a rain-soaked open-air venue
A moderate but penetrating sense of cold
Moderately cold; tending to cause shivering; chilly; raw
A moderate but disagreeable degree of cold; a disagreeable sensation of coolness, accompanied with shivering
To strike with a chill; to make chilly; to cause to shiver; to affect with cold
a sensation of cold that often marks the start of an infection and the development of a fever
loose heat; "The air cooled considerably after the thunderstorm"
Metal, graphite or carbon blocks that are incorporated into the mold or core to locally increase the rate of heat removal during solidification and reduce shrinkage defects
Discouraging; depressing; dispiriting
To reduce temperature by putting in refrigerator or over ice
Chill weather is cold and unpleasant. chill winds, rain and choppy seas. Chill is also a noun. the cold chill of the night
To produce, by sudden cooling, a change of crystallization at or near the surface of, so as to increase the hardness; said of cast iron
make cool or cooler; "Chill the food"
Rapid cooling of thin section; causes a very hard and brittle condition; detrimental to machining
A check to enthusiasm or warmth of feeling; discouragement; as, a chill comes over an assembly
{f} cool, make cold; become cold; chill out, relax (Slang)
coldness due to a cold environment
coldness due to a cold environment a sudden numbing dread a sensation of cold that often marks the start of an infection and the development of a fever depress or discourage; "The news of the city's surrender chilled the soldiers"
Characterized by coolness of manner, feeling, etc
chill out
To hang out; spend time together with another person or group. Also chill

Hey we should chill out together this weekend.

chill out
To relax or take time out; to calm down. Also chill

I wish I could chill out about the neighbor's barking dog, but it wakes me up every night.

chill pill
: An imaginary medicine taken when excessively anxious or upset about a trivial matter

Take a chill pill, and calm down.

chill pills
plural form of chill pill
chill out
become quiet or calm, especially after a state of agitation; "After the fight both men need to cool off "; "It took a while after the baby was born for things to settle down again "
chill factor
Wind-chill factor
chill out
{f} relax, remain calm, refrain from getting overly excited
chill out
To chill out means to relax after you have done something tiring or stressful. After raves, we used to chill out in each others' bedrooms. = relax
chill out
become quiet or calm, especially after a state of agitation; "After the fight both men need to cool off "; "It took a while after the baby was born for things to settle down again "
chill out ”
become quiet or calm, especially after a state of agitation; "After the fight both men need to cool off "; "It took a while after the baby was born for things to settle down again "
chill pill
To calm down; relax
chill-out
Chill-out places or things are intended to help you relax. some summer chill-out music
cast a chill
To provoke an uneasy feeling which stops a conversation, as by an uncalled act or word

the perusal of the letter he had brought from his master cast a chill over things. — Kazimierz Waliszewski, Ivan the Terrible, Part 4, Chapter 2, translated by Lady Mary Loyd.

chilled
Cooled

The chilled beer was refreshing on the hot day.

chilled
Simple past of chill
chiller
Comparative form of chill: more chill

With the setting of the sun a strong breeze, every blast of which was chiller and chiller, had begun to blow, rustling with a low continuous hum . . .

chilling
Becoming cold

As they reached the street the ‘Duchess’ caught a swirling hem of lace about her chilling ankles.

chilling
Causing mild fear

It was a chilling story, but the children enjoyed it.

chilling
Present participle of chill
chills
plural form of chill
chills
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of chill
take a chill pill
to relax or calm down

My boss needs to take a chill pill and quit shouting at us.

wind chill
A measure of how cold the atmosphere feels, taking not just actual temperature into account, but also wind, which can make the air considerably colder
chiller
a cold cabinet or refrigerator for keeping stored food a few degrees above freezing point
chiller
short for spine-chiller
wind chill
(Meteoroloji) Wind chill (often popularly called the wind chill factor) is the felt air temperature on exposed skin due to wind. The wind chill temperature is never higher than the air temperature, and the windchill is undefined at the higher temps (above 10 °C [50 °F]). Humidity on the skin can result in a higher felt air temperature, which is accurately termed the heat index (or humidex), and is used instead
wind chill factor
(Meteoroloji) Wind chill (often popularly called the wind chill factor) is the felt air temperature on exposed skin due to wind. The wind chill temperature is never higher than the air temperature, and the windchill is undefined at the higher temps (above 10 °C [50 °F]). Humidity on the skin can result in a higher felt air temperature, which is accurately termed the heat index (or humidex), and is used instead
The Big Chill
1983 film directed by Lawrence Kasdan (starring Glenn Close, Jeff Goldblum, and Kevin Kline)
adjective chill 3
unpleasantly cold
catch a chill
become sick with a cold
chilled
Having that cloudiness or dimness of surface that is called "blooming
chilled
Hardened on the surface or edge by chilling; as, chilled iron; a chilled wheel
chilled
{s} cold, cooled, frigid, having a cold
chiller
Device that removes heat from a gas or liquid stream for air conditioning and cooling
chiller
A chiller is a very frightening film or novel. a film or book that is intended to frighten you
chiller
- a refrigerator
chiller
A device that refrigerates dielectric fluid to keep its temperature from rising too high during high power cuts
chiller
excitation that makes your hair stand up or that chills your bones; "the movie was an old-fashioned hair-raiser"
chiller
{i} something that cools, refrigerant; thriller, frightening story
chiller
(aka Cooler) A device for removing waste heat from the laser, often a water cooler with a pump for circulating water around the gain material and pump
chiller
A device which makes aquarium water cooler They generally cost at least several hundred dollars, and home brew solutions involving small refrigerators are seldom successful
chiller
A unit that recirculates a small volume of refrigerated water through a laser for closed-loop cooling It includes a compressor and thus can perform more cooling than a recirculator/heat exchanger [See Also: Recirculator]
chiller
Something that chills, especially a machine that produces cold air, either for air conditioning, to prepare chilled foods etc
chiller
comparative of chill
chiller
Device used for the cooling of water for the purpose of space cooling or air conditioning
chiller
A frightening dramatic work, such as a book or film
chiller
A water-cooling device that generally reduces water temperature to approximately 45 degrees Fahrenheit and is used to cool air
chiller
Air conditioning system that circulates chilled water to various cooling coils in an installation
chiller
A piece of equipment used to cool down the water in an aquarium Chillers are available in different types and sizes, including one that hooks up in-line with the water flow of the tank and one that drops into the sump They all feature a thermostat for maintaining a constant temperature Larger tanks require larger chiller units
chilling
the process of becoming cooler; a falling temperature
chilling
so scary as to cause chills and shudders; "the most terrible and shuddery
chilling
tales of murder and revenge
chilling
{s} frightening; characterized by causing or being cold
chilling
so scary as to cause chills and shudders; "the most terrible and shuddery tales of murder and revenge"
chilling
If you describe something as chilling, you mean it is frightening. He described in chilling detail how he attacked her during one of their frequent rows. + chillingly chill·ing·ly since the murder of a London teenager in chillingly similar circumstances in February. something that is chilling makes you feel frightened, especially because it is cruel, violent, or dangerous
chilling
Making chilly or cold; depressing; discouraging; cold; distant; as, a chilling breeze; a chilling manner
chillingly
coldly, frigidly, frostily
chillingly
in a chilling manner
chillness
the state of being chilly
chillness
Coolness; coldness; a chill
chillness
{i} coolness, coldness
chills
A feeling of being cold, a symptom of many conditions
chills
plural of chill
chills
third-person singular of chill
cook-chill
cook-chill foods have already been cooked when you buy them, and are stored at a low temperature, but not frozen
take a chill pill
(Slang) relax
wind chill
the cooling effect of the wind. Still-air temperature that would have the same cooling effect on exposed skin as a given combination of temperature and wind speed. As the wind speed increases, the wind chill equivalent temperature decreases; e.g., an air temperature of 30 °F (-1.1 °C) with a wind speed of 20 mph (32.2 kph) produces a wind chill of 17 °F (-8 °C). Wind chill is often included in weather reports to describe how cold it feels
wind chill factor
{i} index that takes into account the effect of wind on the temperature to provide a reading of the apparent temperature
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