chil·​lax | \chi-ˈlaks \
chillaxed; chillaxing; chillaxes

Definition of chillax 

intransitive verb


: to calm down : relax

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So chillax with these South Florida offers running through October. Doreen Christensen,, "Um, it's Spa Month...," 18 Sep. 2017 Pandas play, polar bears wrestle, and walruses chillax in these photos from our archives. National Geographic, "15 Pictures of Cute, Cuddly Animals Playing in the Snow," 24 Jan. 2016

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First Known Use of chillax

1999, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for chillax

blend of chill and relax

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