Definición de supercool en inglés:

supercool

Silabificación: su·per·cool
Pronunciación: /ˌso͞opərˈko͞ol
 
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verbo

[with object] Chemistry
1Cool (a liquid) below its freezing point without solidification or crystallization.
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  • Other common supercooled liquids are ordinary glass and asphalt.
  • We observed that in the spinning rotor water could be supercooled by several degrees below the freezing point.
  • Only four ship terminals capable of handling imports of supercooled liquid natural gas exist in the U.S., and they're at full capacity.
1.1 [no object] Biology (Of a living organism) survive body temperatures below the freezing point of water.
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  • Incidental observations made during the course of this investigation suggested that hatchling C. picta can survive supercooling to at least - 15 [degrees] C.
  • Hatchling painted turtles commonly overwinter within their natal nests and survive exposure to temperatures as low as - 12 [degrees] C by supercooling.
  • The differences in supercooling capacities were attributed to interpopulational variation in cold hardiness, as putatively manifested by the presence of an ‘endogenous nucleator,’ in the Illinois turtles.

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Extremely attractive, impressive, or calm: the supercool tracks in this collection
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  • So if your record collection is going to be the supercool soundtrack to your life that you need it to be, somebody - SOMEBODY - has to have considered that fact before they made it.
  • In the late 1940s, D' Amato bought a struggling Atlantic City restaurant with a backroom gambling operation, the 500 Club, and turned it into ‘ground zero for the supercool lifestyle.’
  • A truism these days among Internet angels and venture capitalists holds that a stellar management team is worth more than a supercool business plan.

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