the quality of being at a refreshingly low temperature
"the cool of early morning"
aplomb, assuredness, cool, poise, sang-froid(adj)
great coolness and composure under strain
"keep your cool"
neither warm nor very cold; giving relief from heat
"a cool autumn day"; "a cool room"; "cool summer dresses"; "cool drinks"; "a cool breeze"
cool, coolheaded, nerveless(adj)
marked by calm self-control (especially in trying circumstances); unemotional
"play it cool"; "keep cool"; "stayed coolheaded in the crisis"; "the most nerveless winner in the history of the tournament"
(color) inducing the impression of coolness; used especially of greens and blues and violets
"cool greens and blues and violets"
psychologically cool and unenthusiastic; unfriendly or unresponsive or showing dislike
"relations were cool and polite"; "a cool reception"; "cool to the idea of higher taxes"
(used of a number or sum) without exaggeration or qualification
"a cool million bucks"
fashionable and attractive at the time; often skilled or socially adept
"he's a cool dude"; "that's cool"; "Mary's dress is really cool"; "it's not cool to arrive at a party too early"
cool, chill, cool down(verb)
make cool or cooler
"Chill the food"
cool, chill, cool down(verb)
"The air cooled considerably after the thunderstorm"
cool, cool off, cool down(verb)
"His enthusiasm cooled considerably"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
That is calm which is free from disturbance or agitation; in the physical sense, free from violent motion or action; in the mental or spiritual realm, free from excited or disturbing emotion or passion. We speak of a calm sea, a placid lake, a serene sky, a still night, a quiet day, a quiet home. We speak, also, of "still waters," "smooth sailing," which are different modes of expressing freedom from manifest agitation. Of mental conditions, one is calm who triumphs over a tendency to excitement; cool, if he scarcely feels the tendency. One may be calm by the very reaction from excitement, or by the oppression of overpowering emotion, as we speak of the calmness of despair. One is composed who has subdued excited feeling; he is collected when he has every thought, feeling, or perception awake and at command. Tranquil refers to a present state, placid, to a prevailing tendency. We speak of a tranquil mind, a placid disposition. The serene spirit dwells as if in the clear upper air, above all storm and shadow.The star of the unconquered will,
He rises in my breast,
Serene, and resolute, and still,
And calm, and self-possessed.
LongfellowLight of Stars st. 7.
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Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words
deliberate, self-possessed, unexcited, dispassionate, indifferent, nonchalant, unconcerned, composed, chilling, apathetic, repellent, distant, unfriendly, ceremonious, audacious, impudent, shameless, presumptuous, flippant, presuming
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How to use cool in a sentence?
It's difficult because the blood is crucial for human health issues but the biomedical industry needs to keep the population steady, we suggest decreasing the time they are out of water, and maintaining an ambient temperature for transportation ... there is a lesser mortality rate if you keep them cool.
He's so cool, getting that phone call, like 'Hey, would you like to go and play with the Rolling Stones?' Yes. That's an immediate yes. That is a bold, underline, exclamation point, yes.
He was kind of in a fetal position and you could see like his arms and his legs curled up, it was actually really cool to see, and when I heard that was actually really rare, I was like, oh my gosh, you're a special little baby.
We told Alan Stephenson 11-year-old son that this was a moment in Alan Stephenson 11-year-old son life that would later show up in Alan Stephenson 11-year-old son children's history books, that Alan Stephenson 11-year-old son children would one day be shocked to learn that Americans discriminated against same-sex couples, and that Alan Stephenson 11-year-old son could tell them Alan Stephenson 11-year-old son remembered the exact day that marriage equality was made the law of the land, alan Stephenson 11-year-old son responded in typical 11-year old style :' Cool.'.
I do lose my cool, I do lose my temper at times, and I should be better at that.
Translations for cool
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- بَارِد, يبردArabic
- fresc, guai, fred, freda, tranquiCatalan, Valencian
- ok, chladný, skvělý, v pořádkuCzech
- kold, koldblodig, kølig, fint, cool, rolig, okDanish
- cool, alles klar, akzeptabel, in Ordnung, geil, kühl, kalt, ganz Recht, abkühlenGerman
- malvarmeta, enorde, mojosa, memregadoEsperanto
- piola, chévere, bacán, frío, guay, frescoSpanish
- hillitty, viileä, viilentyä, viilentää, jäähdyttääFinnish
- cool, frais, chouette, calme, sang-froidFrench
- cúileach, fionnuar, cúl, fuaraighIrish
- fionnar, fuaraichScottish Gaelic
- מגניב, צונןHebrew
- menő, hűvös, hűvHungarian
- զով, հովArmenian
- sicuro di se, figo, scettico, tranquillo, calmo, ganzo, freddo, indifferente, termico, disinvolto, accettabile, imperturbabile, fresco, a posto, leggero, in gamba, distaccatoItalian
- クール, すごい, 涼しい, 素敵Japanese
- ძერსკი, მოსულა, მოდურიGeorgian
- 쿨하다, 쌀쌀하다, 멋있다Korean
- hîn, فێنک, hênik, fênikKurdish
- beheerst, kalm, cool, acceptabel, kil, koelbloedig, koel, verkoelend, patabel, rustig, verkwikkend, aanvaardbaar, okee, fris, lauw, onentoesiast, zelfzeker, bedaard, in orde, blits, afkoelen, koelen, verkoelen, bekoelen, koeleDutch
- behersket, reservert, populær, sval, kul, rolig, stilig, grei, kjølig, cool, ok, kald, hardne, kultNorwegian
- sxihNavajo, Navaho
- fajny, opanowany, spokojny, chłodnyPolish
- descolado, frio, aceitável, bacana, tranquilo, fixe, descolada, fresco, legalPortuguese
- frestg, fraidRomansh
- friguros, receRomanian
- кла́ссный, прохла́дный, клёвый, потря́сный, холо́дный, круто́й, хладнокро́вный, в поря́дке, невозмути́мый, споко́йный, потряса́ющий, холоднова́тый, ничего́, мо́дный, равноду́шный, де́рзкий, норма́льный, успокоиться, остыть, остудить, охладить, охладеть, хладнокровие, остужать, охлаждать, охладевать, успокаиваться, остывать, крутоRussian
- cool, kylig, sval, ok, svalnaSwedish
- soğukkanlı, sakin, serin, serinletmek, soğutmakTurkish
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