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French translation of “cool”

cool

adjective /kuːl/
slightly cold
frais
cool weather.
calm or not excitable
calme
He’s very cool in a crisis.
not very friendly
froid
He was very cool towards me.
(slang) great; terrific; fantastic
cool
Wow, that’s really cool! You look cool in those jeans!
coolly adverb
calmement
coolness noun
fraîcheur; froideur
cool-headed adjective able to act calmly.
calme
cool down to make or become less warm
refroidir
Let your food cool down a bit!
to make or become less excited or less emotional
se calmer
He was very angry but he’s cooled down now.
keep one’s cool not to become over-excited or confused
garder son sang-froid
If you keep your cool you won’t fail.
lose one’s cool not to keep one’s cool.
perdre son sang-froid
(Definition of cool from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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