English base chill out

Dictionary entry: chill out
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Yacacaca

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I learnt that after 'like' is going to verb in gerund, therefore the example should be: I like chilling out in front of...
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  • DrD

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    Dictionary Editor
    England English
    Hello,

    Thank you for your message. You can absolutely use the gerund after like, but you can use the infinitive as well. So 'I like chilling out' is correct, but so is 'I like to chill out'. No changes are needed to the sentence.
     
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