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French translation: Chill Out time

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06:36 Oct 6, 2000
English to French translations [Non-PRO]
Marketing
English term or phrase: IT IS CHILL OUT TIME
IT HAS TAKEN FROM A SONG
rigaux.f
French translation:Chill Out time
Explanation:
Here in the US, chill out time means time to relax. No particular reference, just heard it a lot! after six years in the US.
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Domiz
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Rigaux.
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Summary of answers provided
na"C'est l'heure de se calmer les esprits" ou "... de se calmer" ou "... de se refroidir la tête"Louise Atfield
naChill Out time
Domiz
nac'est l'heure de repos
Stephanie Mitchel


  

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22 mins
c'est l'heure de repos


Explanation:
Les salles de repos dans les raves sont appelées "chill-out rooms" donc il y a de fortes chances que cela soit courant...
Bon courage !


    Harper Collins Robert F/E Unabridged, c 2000
Stephanie Mitchel
United States
Local time: 00:30
Native speaker of: English
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1 hr
Chill Out time


Explanation:
Here in the US, chill out time means time to relax. No particular reference, just heard it a lot! after six years in the US.

Domiz
PRO pts in pair: 11
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Thanks a lot.
Regards.
Rigaux.
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1 day 3 hrs
"C'est l'heure de se calmer les esprits" ou "... de se calmer" ou "... de se refroidir la tête"


Explanation:
ou "... de regarder les choses à tête refroidie"
ou "... de prendre un peu de recul"

"Chill out" in this case, means to calm down, usually said to someone who is angry or upset. I think it can also be used to mean "take some time to look at things with a clear head", "take some perspective". I hope one of the above expression will help you.

"Chill out, man, I didn't mean to insult you."
http://www.urawa.cabletv.ne.jp/users/tak/1chill.htm

Louise Atfield
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