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Definition of “cold” - Learner’s Dictionary

cold

adjective     /kəʊld/
TEMPERATURE
A1 having a low temperature: cold water/weather This soup has gone cold. The nights are getting colder now. My hands are getting cold.ColdSnow and ice
UNFRIENDLY
B1 unfriendly or showing no emotion: a cold stare/voice She became quite cold and distant with me.Not being friendlyNot saying muchBlunt and direct in speech and behaviourNot showing or feeling emotionsControlling emotions
FOOD
served cold: cold roast beefColdSnow and ice
coldness noun [U] →  See also in cold blood , get cold feet (foot)
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