Definition of cooler in English:
1An insulated container for keeping food and drink cool.
- Fans were prohibited from bringing items such as camcorders, beach balls, frisbees, containers of any type, coolers, bottles, cans, cameras, binocular cases and horns.
- Some ideas can be cooking supplies, coolers for foods and beverages, sleeping bags, replacement tents or repair kits for them.
- Some passengers came aboard with coolers and bags of food, but we preferred the experience of the dining car.
1.1North American A refrigerated room.
- Purchases included a refrigerated truck, walk-in coolers, a commercial-grade salad spinner and other equipment.
- She now takes charge of setting up three refrigerated coolers.
- If power outages typically only last a couple of hours, then powering the walk-in cooler and freezer will probably not be necessary.
2chiefly North American A tall drink, especially a mixture of wine, fruit juice, and soda water.
- Cafeterias on northern routes also have Class B liquor licences, which serve wine, beer and coolers.
- ‘And stop me if I drink more than three coolers,’ she said.
- Wine coolers have declined and continue to decline.
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