Meaning of “cold” - Learner’s Dictionary

cold

adjective us uk /kəʊld/
Extra Examples
It was cold to the touch.Outside it was cold and windy.It was cold and damp outside.Do your coat up. It's cold outside.Aren't you cold in that flimsy dress?
TEMPERATURE

A1 having a low temperature:

This soup has gone cold.
The nights are getting colder now.
My hands are getting cold.
UNFRIENDLY

B1 unfriendly or showing no emotion:

a cold stare/voice
She became quite cold and distant with me.
FOOD

served cold:

cold roast beef
coldness noun [ U ]

(Definition of “cold adjective” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)