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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “cool (sb/sth) down/off”

cool (sb/sth) down/off

phrasal verb with cool /kuːl/ verb
to become less hot, or to make someone or something become less hot
(使)冷卻下來,(使)降溫;(使)涼快下來
She waited until her coffee had cooled down before taking a sip.
她一直等到咖啡涼下來才飲了一小口。
We went for a swim to cool off.
我們去游泳好涼快一下。
Cool
(Definition of cool (sb/sth) down/off from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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