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Meaning of “cool” - Learner’s Dictionary

cool

verb [I, T]     /kuːl/
LESS HOT
B2 to become less hot, or to make something become less hot: Allow the bread to cool before slicing it.Cool
LESS STRONG
If emotions or relationships cool, or if something cools them, they become less strong.Becoming and making smaller or lessBecoming and making less strong
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