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cool

adjective
 
/kuːl/
B1 slightly cold
مائل لِلبُرودة
a cool drink
A2 informal good or fashionable
رائِع / جَميل
Cool hat, Maria!
calm and not worried
هادِيء / رابِط الجأش
She seemed very cool before her exam.
(Definition of cool adjective from the Cambridge English-Arabic Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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