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cool

adjective
 
 
/kuːl/
COLD B1 slightly cold, but not too cold
chłodny
a cool breeze/day cool waterCoolColdSnow and ice
GOOD informal A2 good, stylish, or fashionable
świetny
He looks really cool in those sunglasses.Modern and fashionableFashionModern and fashionableInformal words for goodGood, better and bestQuite good, or not very good
CALM calm and not emotional
spokojny, opanowany
She seemed cool and confident.Calm and relaxedNot showing or feeling emotionsControlling emotions
UNFRIENDLY unfriendly
chłodny
Not being friendlyNot saying muchBlunt and direct in speech and behaviour
coolness noun [U]
chłód, opanowanie
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