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cool (someone) down/off

phrasal verb with cool  us   /kul/ verb [I/T]

cool (someone) down/off (CONTROL ANGER)

to ​stopfeelingangry, or ​cause someone to ​stopfeelingangry: She hoped that ​keeping the ​boysapart for a few ​hours might cool them down.
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