chillax

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00:54 Nov 9, 2019
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English term or phrase: chillax
Definition from Oxford:
intransitive. To calm down and relax; to take it easy, to chill. Often in imperative: ‘relax’, ‘calm down’.

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4Gevşe ve Rahatla
Yunus Can ATLAR


  

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Gevşe ve Rahatla


Definition from Urban Dictionary:
Aynı anda hem sakinleşme hem de rahatlama anlamını taşıyan eylem.

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  • Otur ve tümden gevşeyip rahatla.Bırak zihnin özgünce gezinsin, düşüncelerin serbestçe akıp gitsin. Bir süre sonra, kendi kendine, “Artık gevşeyip rahatladım, uykuların en derinindeyim” demeye başla. - Paulo Coelho - Hac - Can Yayınları  
  • Jason kadehini kaldırarak, Haydi, artık biraz gevşeyip, rahatla ve bu yolculuğun tadını çıkarmaya bak, dedi. - Fiona Harper - Sonuna Kadar  
Yunus Can ATLAR
Turkey
Local time: 02:50
Native speaker of: Native in TurkishTurkish
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