make or become cold or cool
a slightly unpleasant degree of coldness
an illness marked by coldness and shaking of the body
"a frisson of surprise shot through him"
"The news of the city's surrender chilled the soldiers"
"Chill the food"
"The air cooled considerably after the thunderstorm"
He began to complain that he felt a chill.
出自： E. Roosevelt
He contracted a chill that quickly became pneumonia.
出自： P. F. Boller
The atmosphere outside the stove was chill.
出自： Arnold Bennett
He adored the chill green drink, clear and clinking with ice-cubes.
出自： W. Boyd
My very blood chills at the mention of the name of Newgate.