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pre-cool Line breaks: pre-cool
Pronunciation: /priːˈkuːl/

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Definition of pre-cool in English:

verb

[with object]
Cool in advance: (as adjective pre-cooled) clean, pre-cooled glass slides
More example sentences
  • To pre-cool tulips, hyacinths and crocuses, store at 35-45° F, for instance in a refrigerator crisper drawer, for a minimum of 6 weeks and up to 14 + weeks.
  • Users of the Japanese toilet can program it to pre-heat or pre-cool a bathroom at a specific time at a set temperature.
  • Just before the race Radcliffe wore a specially designed pre-cool vest for 30 minutes to keep her body temperature low.

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