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coolness

noun [no plural] /ˈkuːl·nəs/
the ability to stay calm and act in a reasonable way even in difficult situations
冷静(さ)
Her coolness in an emergency was admirable.1058
behaviour that shows no warm feelings or friendliness
冷淡(さ)
I noticed a certain coolness between your parents.646
the quality of being slightly cold
冷たさ
There’s a slight coolness in the air – do you think it’s going to rain?1519
Translations of “coolness”
in Korean 차분함, 냉랭함, 시원함…
in Arabic بُرود…
in Portuguese tranquilidade, sossego, frieza…
in Catalan serenitat, sang freda, fredor…
in Italian calma, sangue freddo, freddezza…
in Chinese (Traditional) 冷靜, 冷靜,鎮靜,沉著…
in Chinese (Simplified) 冷静, 冷静,镇静,沉着…
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