To chill out

Chill outTo chill out is a common phrasal verb which means to relax. As I’m a bit of a beach bum and an adrenalin junkie I can chill out by sunbathing at the beach or by doing a risky sport such as scuba diving.

How do you chill out? Perhaps you’re a book worm and you chill out by reading a page-turning bestseller.  Or, if you’re a bit of a culture vulture, you might chill out by visiting an art gallery or a museum.

The English language has a lot of different ways to describe the action of relaxing, for example:

  • To switch off
  • To take the load off
  • To lay back
  • To unwind

 

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One response to “To chill out

  1. Frasales 😳😳

    Enviado desde mi iPhone.

    > El 14/07/2014, a las 11:01, “Inglés Málaga” escribió: > > >

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