برد, قشعريرة, جفوة, شعور مثبط, مرتجف بردا, إحباطبرد, ثبط, قسى, تصيبه قشعريرة, ارتجف
Noun(1) coldness due to a cold environment(2) an almost pleasurable sensation of fright(3) a sensation of cold that often marks the start of an infection and the development of a fever(4) a sudden numbing dread
Verb(1) depress or discourage(2) make cool or cooler(3) loose heat
(1) Both the leaders are certainly hoping that it warms up that chill between the countries.(2) It served up nothing worse than a rather chill wind that carried off a few of the actors' lines.(3) A chill wind is blowing in the corridors of the world's anti-espionage agencies.(4) The warmth of the conversation soon dissipated the chill in the air.(5) It will have a devastating effect on the global economic situation and all businesses in Scotland and around the world could as a consequence feel the chill winds of recession.(6) The Romans used to chill perishable foods by packing them in snow brought from the Alps, using straw to insulate the snow and keep it from melting both on the journey and in use.(7) Mike felt another chill when he found no one in his room.(8) Isabelle kneels down at Martin's gravestone, the bracing night air sending a chill through her body.(9) Station executive Dean Cappello added, ├ö├ç├┐I think there is an absolute chill in the air.├ö├ç├û(10) It rained, a fine, misty, penetrating rain, driven by a chill wind.(11) If you chill the foods once bacteria have proliferated, they will not suddenly disappear.(12) His glassy eyes turned to stone and she felt a sudden chill of apprehension.(13) The chill of her surroundings brought the rest of her body to awareness.(14) A crisp, chill wind bit at our exposed faces as we walked along designated walkways to the terminal; despite the cold, I found an extra vigour in my step.(15) Though it was midsummer, the mornings at Glastonbury were still cold and could chill a person to the bone.(16) He could faintly feel their broken thoughts and a chill of terror came down his spine.
(1) chill out :: هدئ أعصابك
1. cold ::
3. a cold ::
4. unfriendliness ::
5. pall ::
6. shudder ::
9. make cold ::
10. scare ::
Different Formschill, chilled, chiller, chillers, chillest, chilling, chillings, chillness, chills
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