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cool

verb (BECOME LESS)
冷淡下来
 
 
/kuːl/
[I] ( also cool off) If a feeling cools, it starts to become less strong
(感情)冷静下来,平静下来,冷淡下来
They were desperately in love to begin with, but I think it's starting to cool off now.
一开始他们爱得死去活来,但我觉得现在开始冷淡下来了。
Their interest in the project seems to be cooling.
他们对该项目的兴趣似乎在下降。
Becoming and making less strong
if the economy, a business cools off, it grows less fast than before: The rise in share prices has cooled off.Slow and moving slowly
(Definition of cool verb (BECOME LESS) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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