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Meaning of “coolly” in the English Dictionary

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 us   /ˈkul·li/
with an ​unfriendlyattitude that ​lacksaffection or ​interest in something or someone: She ​responded coolly to his ​suggestion of ​dinner and a ​movie.
(Definition of coolly from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “coolly”
in Arabic بِبُرود…
in Korean 쌀쌀맞게…
in Portuguese com frieza…
in Catalan amb indiferència, fredament…
in Japanese 冷静に…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不友好地, 冷淡地, 冷漠地…
in Turkish sakin, soğukkanlı, kayıtsız…
in Russian равнодушно, холодно…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不友好地, 冷淡地, 冷漠地…
in Italian freddamente…
in Polish chłodno, spokojnie…
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