The combination of the words "chill" and "relax" to result in an verb of pure tranquility.
I don't know man, I think I'm just gonna pick up my guitar and chillax.
2. To loosen or reduce the level of stress by employing a more relaxed and groovy outlook.
Origin: As employed by an older teenage sister (JCP) to her overly ebullient younger siblings (JEP) and (KSG).
When the two words 'chill' and 'relax' were combined a word was created: 'chillax'; a conjunction that, when used solely and didactically, can change the general mood or atmosphere of an entire room of people. 'Chillax' by itself is a powerful word, but is nothing in comparison to the sentence that was coined soon after: 'chillax to the MAX'. This sentence should be used with care as it has the power to COMPLETELY relax a room full of people.
Jen: You're right Dan, exams are insignificant! Let's focus on our health and happiness and worry about petty bureaucracy another time.