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cool British & World English

Of or at a fairly low temperature

cool English Thesaurus

a cool, cloudy day

the cool in cool British & World English

A fairly low temperature

cool it! British & World English

Behave in a less excitable manner

cool bag British & World English

A soft insulated container for keeping food and drink cool

cool box British & World English

A rigid insulated container for keeping food and drink cool

pre-cool British & World English

Cool in advance

cool beans British & World English

Used to express approval or delight

cool-headed British & World English

Not easily worried or excited

cool hunter British & World English

A person whose job is to make observations or predictions about new styles and trends

cool-headedness British & World English

The state of being calm and not easily worried or excited

play it cool British & World English

Make an effort to be or appear to be calm and unemotional

keep one's cool British & World English

Maintain (or fail to maintain) a calm and controlled attitude

cool as a cucumber British & World English

Untroubled by heat or exertion

too cool for school British & World English

Very cool or fashionable

cool it! in cool British & World English

Behave in a less excitable manner

a cool —— in cool British & World English

Used to emphasize the size of an amount of money

cool bag in cool box British & World English

A rigid insulated container for keeping food and drink cool

uncool British & World English

Not fashionable or impressive

keep one's cool in cool British & World English

Maintain (or fail to maintain) a calm and controlled attitude

play it cool in play British & World English

Make an effort to be or appear to be calm and unemotional

supercool British & World English

Cool (a liquid) below its freezing point without solidification or crystallization

cool as a cucumber in cucumber British & World English

Untroubled by heat or exertion

keep or lose one's cool in cool British & World English

Maintain (or fail to maintain) a calm and controlled attitude

as cool as a cucumber in cucumber British & World English

Untroubled by heat or exertion


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