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Translation of "cold" - English-German dictionary

cold

adjective /kəuld/
low in temperature kalt cold water cold meat and salad.
lower in temperature than is comfortable kalt I feel cold.
unfriendly kalt His manner was cold.
coldly adverb
in an unfriendly way kalt She looked at me coldly.
coldness noun
die Kälte
cold-blooded adjective
having blood (like that of a fish) which takes the same temperature as the surroundings of the body kaltblütig cold-blooded creatures.
cruel and unfeeling kaltblütig cold-blooded murder.
cold war
a major, especially political, struggle between nations which involves military threats but not fighting. Kalter Krieg
get cold feet
to lose courage Muffensausen kriegen I was going to apply for the job but I got cold feet.
give (someone) the cold shoulder verb ( also coldshoulder)
to show that one is unwilling to be friendly with (a person) die kalte Schulter zeigen All the neighbours gave her the cold shoulder He cold-shouldered all his sister’s friends.
in cold blood
deliberately and unemotionally kaltblütig He killed them in cold blood.
(Definition of cold from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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