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aha! see how we differ above the Vindhyas 'chillar' is change.
your money's change that is.
below the Vindhyas, them being the mountains that Agastya stopped form growing higher than the Himalayas, 'chillar' holds a different meaning.
Especially is a state like Andhra Pradesh, in the land of NTR, Chiru and eDukonDalavaaDa venkaTaramana
here ladeej and gentlemards Chillar hold your backsides means a CHEAP. anything, anybody. Sshhhhh. don't tell aan that I told you, saray naa?
Chillar Fella, Waste Fellow, Road Romeo, Rascal
aal same same.

Usage

these chillar naarth indians no they are creating so much problem i say, auto rates are going up becoz of them, flat rates are so high, food is costly, that Thackery man makes sense, send them no to Cow Belt, why they are here? to make fun aa of curd rice? eating chappati aal the time, tchaa! from here to Punjagutta i paid 50 Rs! Govinda!
- Sofa Sadhu's monologue

salim phekku; aisa chillar kaamaan nakko karo boss, Hyderabad ka naam kharab horaa nai?
(like this cheap stuff don't do boss, name of Hyderabad getting bad no?)

Added 2011-07-08 by korivikaram

Root

Hyderabadi

Region

Telangana

Categories

WALTO

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Small change, especially coins.

Usage

Manjunath: Boss, do you have any chillar for 100?
Rik driver: *emptying his pockets* No saar, morning time – no chillar.
Added 2011-07-06 by Yummacchi

Root

Tamil

Region

Tamil Nadu

Categories

WALTO

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A person who is miserly or cheap

Usage

He's such a chillar aadmi. Always trying to make others pay!

Added 2012-08-05 by Samosa Linguist

Root

Hyderabadi

Region

Hyderabad

Categories

People

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