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nip

noun (COLD)
寒冷
 
 
/nɪp/
a nip (in the air) informal If there is a nip in the air, the air outside is quite cold
寒冷,嚴寒
You can tell winter's on its way - there's a real nip in the air in the mornings.
你可以感覺到冬天即將來臨——早晨頗感寒氣襲人。
ColdSnow and ice
Translations of “nip”
in Spanish frío, trago…
in French froid, piquant, petit verre…
in German das Schneiden, das Schlückchen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 寒冷…
(Definition of nip noun (COLD) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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