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cool down

phrasal verb with cool  us   /kul/ verb [I/T]

(EXERCISE)

to continue to exercise gently to prevent injury after you have done more difficult exercises: After you've cooled down from a hard run, you should refuel as soon as you can.
Translations of “cool down”
in Korean 식히다…
in Arabic يَنْتَعِش…
in Portuguese refrescar(-se), esfriar(-se)…
in Catalan refrescar-se, refredar-se…
in Japanese 冷める, ~を冷ます…
in Italian rinfrescarsi, raffreddarsi…
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