chile is pronounced like child without the d. it’s sometimes used when someone does something questionable sort of like “wtf” nicki minaj popularized it when someone commented on her big boobs on instagram live. she said “um chile... anyways” and people have started using it as a meme, however, it’s been around and used in the black community for years
*sees weird instagram posts*

um chile wtf is this”
“chile sit the hell down”
or simply just “chile—“
by girlypop69 July 1, 2020
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pronounced “child” but without the D. it’s used when somebody says something questionable or fucked up. the phrase became popular when Nicki Minaj said on her instagram live stream.
*some questionable statement*

Person 1: um chile...
Person 2: chile... anyways so-
Person 3: uh chile what the fuck?
by diorando August 2, 2020
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Verb, to speak to someone in a condescending or patronizing manner. Derived from the noun "chile", an urbanization of the word "child."
A: But, honey-chile, I don' want you to put on the red light.
B: Don't you 'chile' me! I been walkin' these streets since you were in training pants!
by drthanos2 July 23, 2011
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A country that's expected to become the dominant republic of the world by the year 2010, when it becomes 200 years old.

syn: kickass
Ex 1:
-Why does my girlfriend/the president/the country/yo momma suck so much?
-'Cause they're not Chilean!
by momerphuk December 24, 2003
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A predominantly southern variation of the word "child", meaning a juvenile person, either in the literal or figurative sense.
You best look after the chile, Brandy Jean.
by Rev. B. A. Kirken December 20, 2003
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Girl: chile🥰 let’s kill all men 🧚
Man: Fuck off you retarded bitch.
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Not the Country, but the fruit which is commonly misspelled by everybody outside of New Mexico. Who simply think it of it as some a tomato based stew like dish with meat and beans. The name is derived from Nahuatl. The fruit and the name were borrowed by the Spanish Conquistadores when they settled in Mexico. Conquistadores later brought it to New Mexico where it is still grown to this day, and is recognized as an intuition from Hatch to Espanola. In New Mexico chile comes in red or green.
Over the years "Red or green?" has become the unofficial state question, a question used to determine if somebody prefers red chile or green chile. Waiters often confuse tourists with this question, and an explanation is usually necessary. For those unsure which delicious version to choose, there is another popular option is known as “Christmas”. Christmas means that a dish can contain both of the tantalizing varieties.
It is the backbone of New Mexican food which is an assortment of wonderful dishes that have been bastardized by outsiders and even some local gringos with the name “Southwestern food”. So remember its chile not "chili", Bill Richardson has already fucked up our state almost beyond repair, we don’t need for public perception of our favorite food be ruined as well.
Customer: “I’ll have the shredded beef burrito smothered with chile and cheese, and a sopapilla on the side.”

Waitress: “Red or green?”

Customer: “Christmas!”
by McLovin505 May 3, 2008
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