chill out

chill out
intransitive verb phrase
1. (colloquial) (to become relaxed) 
a. relajarse 
You can't just tell someone "to chill out" when they're having an anxiety attack.No basta con decirle a alguien "relájate" cuando está sufriendo una crisis de ansiedad.
"Hey! If you guys don't chill out, you're going to get the boot," shouted the bartender."¡Oigan! Si no se tranquilizan, se irán a la calle", gritó el barman.
c. calmarse 
Hey man, you need to chill out. – But the presentation is tomorrow, and you haven't even started your portion!Vamos, muchacho, tienes que calmarte. – Pero la presentación es mañana, ¡y ni siquiera empezaste lo que te toca!
chill out
intransitive verb
1. (colloquial) 
a. relajarse 
b. estar tranqui 
chill out
verb:intransitive:plus_adverb
especially (US) tranquilizarse; relajarse
chill out, man! ¡tranqui tronco! (informal)
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