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chill

US [tʃɪl]
UK [tʃɪl]
  • n.寒冷;寒意;受寒;凉意
  • v.使很冷;使冰冷;(使)冷却;(被)冷藏
  • adj.寒冷的;冷飕飕的;阴冷的
  • Web使变冷;寒战;使寒冷
Plural Form:chills  Present Participle:chilling  Past Tense:chilled  
chill
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n.
1.
[sing]
寒冷;寒意;凉意a feeling of being cold
There's a chill in the air this morning.
今天早晨寒气袭人。
A small fire was burning to take the chill off the room.
房间里生着小火炉驱寒。
2.
[c]
着凉;受寒an illness caused by being cold and wet, causing fever and shivering (= shaking of the body)
3.
[sing]
害怕的感觉a feeling of fear
a chill of fear/apprehension
一阵害怕╱恐惧
His words sent a chill down her spine .
他的话让她觉得毛骨悚然。
v.
1.
[t][usupass]
~ sb
使很冷;使冰冷to make sb very cold
They were chilled by the icy wind.
凛冽的寒风吹得他们遍体冰凉。
Let's go home, I'm chilled to the bone(= very cold) .
咱们回家吧,我感到寒气刺骨。
2.
[i][t]
(使)冷却;(被)冷藏when food or a drinkchills or when sbchills it, it is made very cold but it does not freeze
Let the pudding chill for an hour until set.
把布丁冷却一小时直至凝固成形。
This wine is best served chilled.
这种葡萄酒冰镇后饮用最佳。
chilled foods(= for example in a supermarket)
冷藏食物
3.
[t]
~ sb/sth
使恐惧;恐吓;吓唬to frighten sb
His words chilled her.
他的话使她不寒而栗。
What he saw chilled his blood/chilled him to the bone .
他看到的情景使他毛骨悚然。
adj.
1.
寒冷的;冷飕飕的;阴冷的cold, in an unpleasant way
the chill grey dawn
寒冷阴沉的拂晓
a chill wind
寒风

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