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calm
chilly
fresh
agitated
excited
warm

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coolant
cooler
coolie
precool
supercool
uncool
undercool

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词组、短语、俚语及习惯用语
• cool card
又大胆又冷静的家伙。厚脸皮的人。老于世故的家伙。
• cool colours
冷色(在油画、水彩画中指蓝色或接近蓝的颜色)。以蓝,绿,紫色为主的颜色。
• cool down
变凉,平静下来。
• cool end
冷端,低电位端。
• cool fermentation
冷发酵,低温发酵。
• cool fish
冷静而大胆的家伙,脸皮厚的人。怪人。
• cool flame
冷焰。
• cool flue gas
冷烟道气。
• cool house
冷库,冷藏库。
• cool isostatic compression
冷等静压制。
• cool it
放松下来。
• cool off
变凉,平静下来。
• cool one's coppers
喝解酒饮料润喉。
• cool one's heels
空等。
• cool wash
冷洗。
• cool waste
低放射性废物。


cool

cool的音标和读音:
DJ音标发音: [ku:l]
KK音标发音: [kul]

cool的词性:
adj.(形容词)

coolercoolest

1. Neither warm nor very cold; moderately cold:
凉的:既不温暖也不很冷的;适度凉的:

用法与例句:

fresh, cool water; a cool autumn evening.
清凉的水;清新的秋夜

2. Giving or suggesting relief from heat:
凉快的:令人凉快的或有爽快感的:

用法与例句:

a cool breeze; a cool blouse.
凉爽的微风;凉爽的女衬衣

3. Marked by calm self-control:
冷静的:以冷静的自控为特征的:

用法与例句:

a cool negotiator.
冷静的谈判者

4. Marked by indifference, disdain, or dislike; unfriendly or unresponsive:
冷淡的:态度冷漠、轻视或不喜欢的;不友好的或反应冷淡的:

用法与例句:

a cool greeting; was cool to the idea of higher taxes.
冷淡的问候;对提高税收的意见反应冷淡

5. Of, relating to, or characteristic of colors, such as blue and green, that produce the impression of coolness.
冷色调的:产生凉感的颜色的,如蓝色或绿色等,或具有冷色特征的

6. Slang Excellent; first-rate:
【俚语】 顶好的:优秀的;一流的:

用法与例句:

has a cool sports car; had a cool time at the party.
拥有一流的跑车;在晚会上玩得好极了

7. Slang Entire; full:
【俚语】 整整的;满的:

用法与例句:

worth a cool million.
整整要一百万

cool的词性:
v.(动词)

cooledcoolingcools

cool的词性:
v.tr.(及物动词)

8. To make less warm.
使…变凉

9. To make less ardent, intense, or zealous:
使减轻(少)热情、紧张或热心:

用法与例句:

problems that soon cooled my enthusiasm for the project.
这些问题使我对这个计划失去了热情

cool的词性:
v.intr.(不及物动词)

10. To become less warm:
冷却:

用法与例句:

took a dip to cool off.
泡在水中冷却一下

11. To become calmer:
变得冷静下来:

用法与例句:

needed time for tempers to cool.
需要时间冷静下来

cool的词性:
n.(名词)

12. A cool place, part, or time:
凉爽:凉快的地方、部分或时候:

用法与例句:

the cool of early morning.
清早的凉爽时刻

13. The state or quality of being cool.
凉快:凉(快)的状态或性质

14. Slang Composure; poise:
【俚语】 镇静:镇静;沉着:

用法与例句:

“Our release marked a victory. The nation had kept its cool”(Moorhead Kennedy)
“我们的释放标志着胜利的到来。国家已稳定了下来”(穆尔黑德·肯尼迪)

cool的习惯用语

15. To calm down; relax.
冷静下来;轻松

16. To wait or be kept waiting.
等着或别人让等着

cool的词源:

17. Middle English cole
中古英语 cole

18. from Old English c?l * see gel-
源自 古英语 c?l *参见 gel-

cool的词性:
adj.(形容词)

cool的词性:
adv.(副词)

cool的词性:
n.(名词)

【近义词】

coolcomposedcollectedunrufflednonchalantimperturbabledetached

19. These adjectives apply to persons, their attitudes, their behavior, or their actions to indicate absence of excitement or discomposure, especially in times of stress.
这些形容词适用于人或人们的态度、举止或行为,表示冷静沉着或不慌不忙,尤其是在紧张时刻。

20. Cool usually implies merely a high degree of self-control, though it may also indicate aloofness:
Cool 通常只指一种高度的自我控制,虽然它也可以表示冷漠超然:

用法与例句:

“Keep strong, if possible. In any case, keep cool. Have unlimited patience” (B.H. Liddell Hart).
“如果可能,保持强壮。任何情况,保持冷静。要有无限的耐心” (B·H·里德尔·哈特)。

用法与例句:

“An honest hater is often a better fellow than a cool friend” (John Stuart Blackie).
“一个恨你但是诚实的人常常比一个漠不关心的朋友更好” (约翰·斯图亚特·布莱基)。

21. Composed implies a serene, often sedate quality arising from self-discipline:
Composed 带有产生于自我约束的一种安详宁静的,常常是镇定沉着的品质之意:

用法与例句:

The performer was composed as she readied herself for her entrance on stage.
这位演员在准备上场时沉着冷静。

22. Collected suggests self-possessed composure:
Collected 含有泰然自若、沉着镇静之意:

用法与例句:

The witness remained collected throughout the cross-examination.
证人在整个反诘问过程中保持着镇静自若。

23. Unruffled emphasizes calm despite circumstances that might elicit agitation:
Unruffled 强调环境可能会引起激动不安时仍保持冷静:

用法与例句:

“with contented mind and unruffled spirit” (Anthony Trollope).
“心满意足且心情平静” (安东尼·特洛普)。

24. Nonchalant describes a casual manner that may suggest, sometimes misleadingly, a lack of interest or concern:
Nonchalant 指一种可能(有时是误导性地)带有缺乏兴趣或关心意味的不拘礼节的态度:

用法与例句:

He doesn't seem excited;
他看上去并不兴奋;

用法与例句:

on the contrary, his demeanor is easy and nonchalant.
相反,他的举止轻松而无动于衷。

25. Imperturbable stresses unshakable calmness considered usually as an inherent trait rather than as a product of self-discipline:
Imperturbable 侧重于一种不可动摇的沉着冷静,通常被认为是天生的特性而不是自我约束的产物:

用法与例句:

“A man . . ./Cool, and quite English, imperturbable” (Byron).
“一个…非常英国式的人,冷漠而不易激动” (拜伦)。

26. Detached implies aloofness resulting either from lack of active concern or from resistance to emotional involvement:
Detached 含有冷漠超然的意思,可以是因为不太关心也可以是因为不愿介入感情纠葛:

用法与例句:

She may be detached, she may even be unfeeling, but at least she's not hypocritically effusive. See also Synonyms at cold
她可能冷漠,她甚至可能冷酷无情,但至少她不会假惺惺地过分热情 参见同义词 cold