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Cool

kuːl

Meanings of Cool:

adjective

Of or at a fairly low temperature.

Usage examples:

It'll be a cool afternoon
noun

A fairly low temperature.

Usage examples:

The cool of the night air
verb

Become or make less hot.

Usage examples:

We dived into the river to cool off
exclamation

Used for saying that you think something is good or acceptable, or that you have understood what you have been told

Usage examples:

"jamie's invited us to stay for a few days." "cool!", "i'm going to leave now." "ok, cool.", "first…

Meanings of Cool as a cucumber:

phrase

Untroubled by heat or exertion.

Usage examples:

He leaps up the six flights of stairs and arrives at the top as cool as a cucumber
idiom

Very calm or very calmly, especially when this is surprising

Usage examples:

She walked in as cool as a cucumber, as if nothing had happened.

Cool cat

ˈkuːl ˌkæt

Meanings of Cool cat:

noun

An admirably fashionable or stylish person; specifically an enthusiast of jazz.

Meanings of Cool down:

phrasal verb

Make cool or cooler

noun

An instance of cooling down; a reduction in temperature.

adjective

Slightly cold; of a low temperature

Usage examples:

A cool evening/breeze, cereals should be stored in a cool, dry place., "well, that’s just too bad,"…
verb

If an economy, a market, etc. cools, or if something cools it, it grows less quickly than before

Usage examples:

The canadian economy, which has enjoyed robust growth, is expected to cool off in the second half o…

Cool-headed

ˌkuːlˈhed.ɪd

Meanings of Cool-headed:

adjective

Having the ability to stay calm and think clearly in difficult situations

Meanings of Cool-off:

phrasal verb

Become quiet or calm, especially after a state of agitation

adjective

Slightly cold; of a low temperature

Usage examples:

A cool evening/breeze, cereals should be stored in a cool, dry place., "well, that’s just too bad,"…
verb

If an economy, a market, etc. cools, or if something cools it, it grows less quickly than before

Usage examples:

The canadian economy, which has enjoyed robust growth, is expected to cool off in the second half o…

Coolabah

ˈkuːlɪbɑː

Meanings of Coolabah:

noun

A north australian gum tree which typically grows near watercourses and yields very strong, hard timber.

Usage examples:

And here, in 1875, after floods had forced them to spend days perched in an old coolibah, frank and…

Coolamon

ˈkuːləmən

Meanings of Coolamon:

noun

An aboriginal container made of wood or bark, used for holding liquids or goods, or carrying a baby.

Usage examples:

A coolamon of water

Coolant

ˈkuː.lənt

Meanings of Coolant:

noun

A liquid or gas that is used to remove heat from something.

Usage examples:

They are designed to dissipate the heat, which the coolant has absorbed from the engine.

Meanings of Coolants:

noun

A liquid or gas that is used to remove heat from something.

Usage examples:

They are designed to dissipate the heat, which the coolant has absorbed from the engine.

Cooled

kuːl

Meanings of Cooled:

adjective

Made less hot.

Usage examples:

We hold the cooled branding irons
verb

Become or make less hot.

Usage examples:

We dived into the river to cool off

Cooler

ˈkuː.lər

Meanings of Cooler:

noun

A container for keeping food or bottles cool.

Usage examples:

Fans were prohibited from bringing items such as camcorders, beach balls, frisbees, containers of a…
adjective

Of or at a fairly low temperature.

Usage examples:

It'll be a cool afternoon

Coolers

ˈkuː.lər

Meanings of Coolers:

noun

A container for keeping food or bottles cool.

Usage examples:

Fans were prohibited from bringing items such as camcorders, beach balls, frisbees, containers of a…

Meanings of Coolest:

adjective

Of or at a fairly low temperature.

Usage examples:

It'll be a cool afternoon
noun

A fairly low temperature.

Usage examples:

The cool of the night air
verb

Become or make less hot.

Usage examples:

We dived into the river to cool off

Meanings of Coolheaded:

adjective

Not easily worried or excited.

Usage examples:

He appeared calm and cool-headed

Meanings of Coolheadedness:

noun

The state of being calm and not easily worried or excited.

Usage examples:

His cool-headedness in the face of danger

Meanings of Coolhouse:

noun

A greenhouse kept at a cool temperature.

Coolibah

ˈkuːlɪbɑː

Meanings of Coolibah:

noun

A north australian gum tree which typically grows near watercourses and yields very strong, hard timber.

Usage examples:

And here, in 1875, after floods had forced them to spend days perched in an old coolibah, frank and…

Coolie

ˈkuː.li

Meanings of Coolie:

noun

An unskilled native labourer in india, china, and some other asian countries.

Coolies

ˈkuː.li

Meanings of Coolies:

noun

An unskilled native labourer in india, china, and some other asian countries.

Cooling

ˈkuː.lɪŋ

Meanings of Cooling:

adjective

Having the effect of making something less warm or hot.

Usage examples:

She took a cooling dip in the ocean
noun

The action or process of making or becoming less hot or warm.

Usage examples:

The cooling of our core body temperature helps initiate sleep
verb

Become or make less hot.

Usage examples:

We dived into the river to cool off

Cooling-off

ˌkuː.lɪŋˈɒf ˌpɪə.ri.əd

Meanings of Cooling-off:

noun

A period of time during which you can change your mind about an agreement that you have made or something that you have decided to buy

Usage examples:

Once you have bought an annuity, you cannot change your mind after the 14-day cooling-off period., …

Coolly

ˈkuːl.li

Meanings of Coolly:

adverb

In a way that lacks friendliness or enthusiasm.

Usage examples:

The representatives were greeted coolly

Coolness

ˈkuːl.nəs

Meanings of Coolness:

noun

The quality or condition of being at a fairly low temperature.

Usage examples:

The coolness of the breeze

Cools

kuːl

Meanings of Cools:

verb

Become or make less hot.

Usage examples:

We dived into the river to cool off
adjective

Of or at a fairly low temperature.

Usage examples:

It'll be a cool afternoon
noun

A fairly low temperature.

Usage examples:

The cool of the night air

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