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cold

adverb
 
 
/kəʊld/
be out cold informal to be unconscious
быть без сознания
I hit my head and was out cold for two minutes.Losing consciousness
completely and immediately
категорически
I offered him £10 but he turned me down cold.Immediately
Translations of “cold”
in Turkish tamamen ve çabucak…
in Polish po prostu, zwyczajnie…
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