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cool

adjective (COLD)
冷的
 
 
/kuːl/
slightly cold; of a low temperature
涼的,冷的
cool water
涼水
cool weather
冷天
Cool
slightly cold in a pleasant way
涼爽的,涼快的
It was a lovely cool evening.
那是個涼爽的夜晚。
How do you manage to look so cool in this hot weather?
這麽熱的天你怎麽看上去會這麽涼快?
Cool
describes a temperature which is slightly too cold
(氣溫)稍冷的,涼的
It's a bit cool in here, isn't it? I think I'll close the window.
這裡有點涼,是不是?我想關上窗戶。
ColdSnow and ice
(Definition of cool adjective (COLD) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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