- adj. 寒冷的；怕冷的
- n. (Chilly)人名；(法)希伊
- chilly (adj.)
- 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.
- 1. On the chilly seas, Keats became feverish, continually coughing up blood.
- 2. I was slightly afraid of their chilly distant politeness.
- 3. I buttoned up my coat; it was chilly.
- 4. It was too chilly for swimming.
- 5. It was a chilly afternoon.
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