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Translation of "cool" - English-Spanish dictionary

cool

adjective /kuːl/
calm or not excitable tranquilo, calmado, sereno, relajado He’s very cool in a crisis.
not very friendly frío, seco He was very cool towards me.
(slang) great; terrific; fantastic guay, ¡qué pasada! Wow, that’s really cool! You look cool in those jeans!
coolly adverb
tranquilamente, con calma He coolly and calmly handled what should have been a life-threatening situation.
coolness noun
frescura, frescor; frialdad; serenidad, sangre fría She managed the situation with admirable coolness.
coolant noun
a liquid or gas which is used to cool something such as an engine or a nuclear reactor Refrigerante Open the radiator cap and add the coolant.
cool box noun ( cool bag)
(British) an insulated container for keeping food and drink cold, for example when going for a picnic Nevera Portatil Use ice packs in the cool box/bag to help keep food cool.
cool-headed adjective
able to act calmly sangre fría Surgeons have to remain cool-headed under pressure.
cool down phrasal verb
to make or become less warm enfriar(se) Let your food cool down a bit!
to make or become less excited or less emotional calmar(se) He was very angry but he’s cooled down now.
keep one’s cool
not to become over-excited or confused mantener la serenidad/calma, mantener la sangre fría If you keep your cool, you won’t fail the test.
lose one’s cool
not to keep one’s cool perder la serenidad/calma He lost his cool and threw his tennis racquet on the ground.
(Definition of cool from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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