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cosyadjective

UK (US cozy) uk   /ˈkəʊ.zi/  us   /ˈkoʊ-/

cosy adjective (COMFORTABLE)

B1 comfortable and ​pleasant, ​especially (of a ​building) because of being ​small and ​warm: This ​room is nice and cosy in the ​winter. He ​showed me into a cosy littleroom.
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cosy adjective (TOO CLOSE)

disapproving used to ​describe a ​situation that is ​convenient for those ​involved but may not be ​honest or ​legal: He has some cosy ​arrangement/​deal with his ​supplier, which ​means he's ​able to ​sell his ​goods more ​cheaply.

cosynoun [C]

UK (US cozy) uk   /ˈkəʊ.zi/  us   /ˈkoʊ-/
a ​cover that you put on a teapot or a ​boiledegg to ​keep it ​warm: a ​tea cosy an ​egg cosy
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