[chil-ee] /ˈtʃɪl i/
adjective, chillier, chilliest.
mildly cold or producing a sensation of cold; causing shivering; :
a chilly breeze.
feeling cold; sensitive to cold:
Her hands were chilly.
without warmth of feeling; cool:
a chilly reply.
producing or likely to produce a feeling of fear; frightening:
He told a chilly story of ghosts and murder.
Also, chillily. in a manner:
The wind blew chilly.
adjective -lier, -liest
causing or feeling cool or moderately cold
without warmth; unfriendly
(of people) sensitive to cold
1560s, “causing a sensation of cold,” from chill (n.) + -y (2). Meaning “feeling coldish” is attested from 1610s; figurative use is recorded by 1841. Related: Chilliness.
Wonderful; excellent; cool, neat: You’re chilly. You’re okay, Sarge (1980s+ Teenagers)
- Chilly bin
noun 1. (NZ, informal) a portable insulated container with provision for packing food and drink in ice
a place or country unknown which, along with Sheba and Asshur, traded with Tyre (Ezek. 27:23).
1. a combining form meaning “lip,” used in the formation of compound words: chiloplasty. 1. variant of : chilopod. [kahy-lon] /ˈkaɪ lɒn/ noun 1. flourished 556 b.c, Greek sage and ephor at Sparta. chilo- pref. Variant of cheilo-.
[chil-oh-ey; Spanish chee-law-e] /ˌtʃɪl oʊˈeɪ; Spanish ˌtʃi lɔˈɛ/ noun 1. the largest island of Chile, in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of South America. 3241 sq. mi. (8394 sq. km). /ˌtʃɪləʊˈeɪ/ noun 1. an island administered by Chile, off the W coast of South America in the Pacific Ocean: timber. Pop: 154 775 (2002, […]