1. to relax 2. a time or place where people chill-out, often whilst on drugs or in a hot sweaty club
Traduzione Inglese della parola Inglese Chill out chill out v : become quiet or calm, esp. 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." [syn: calm, calm down, cool off, simmer down , settle down, cool it]
Chill Out is the third studio album by The KLF, and the first album under the name, released in February 1990. An ambient house concept album, it portrays a mythical night-time journey up the US Gulf Coast from Texas into Louisiana. The album is a continuous composition, in which sampled music (including Elvis Presley, Fleetwood Mac, Acker Bilk and Tuvan throat singers), vocal samples and sound effects are overlaid with original music.
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Chill-out music (sometimes also chillout, chill out or simply chill) is a genre of electronic music and an umbrella term for several styles of electronic music characterized by their mellow style and mid-tempo beats, "chill" being derived from a slang word for "relax".
Traduzione Inglese della parola Inglese Chill out
1. let go of emotional tension and stressful engagement; relax [originally US slang (1980s)]; 2. (adj.) designed or used for relaxing: "This is my favourite chill-out record" area at a dance party where people can rest and cool down from the exertions of dancing
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Traduzione Inglese della parola Spagnolo Chill out (v.) = enfriar. Ex:The advice is to chill out most artefacts with confidence, although coating on wood may crackle a little bit by -50 degrees centigrade. (v.) = relajarse, tranquilizarse, calmarse. Ex:The author tells us that everyone is in too much of a rush and we should all chill out and savour the passing parade a bit more.