Entry from British & World English dictionary
(also cool bag)
A rigid insulated container for keeping food and drink cool.
- In any available space, women squat next to plastic cool boxes offering cold drinks, beer and strong, dark rum.
- A whopping 19.76 per cent of people never use a cool box to carry food to a picnic or barbecue and 13.73 per cent do not know when high-risk foods were cooked so it is therefore no surprise that food poisoning cases are increasing.
- Out of the cool boxes would flow wine, beer and soft drinks, followed by a feast served on leaf platters, which we'd cast adrift when we'd finished.
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