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play it cool

to ​behave in a ​calm, ​controlled way, often ​intentionallyappearing not to be ​interested in the thing that you very much ​want to get: Play it ​cool - don't ​let them ​know how much you need the ​money.
(Definition of play it cool from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “play it cool”
in Chinese (Simplified) 故意装作无所谓,故作洒脱…
in Chinese (Traditional) 故意裝作無所謂,故作灑脫…
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