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Chill Out

Calm down, relax or feel light and relieved


  • Chill out is a modern expression that originated from America. Most of the people used this expression to calm down angry people, situation or any other intense event. This term was used to instruct a person to let the steam off and think in a cool manner. This expression has saved many fights, arguments and complicated situations.

After working hard at the garage the instructor told him to chill out.

Submitted on February 25, 2019

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chill outRelax, take it easy.
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