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coldly

adverb  /ˈkoʊl·dli/ us  
in a way that shows lack of affection, kindness, sympathy, or feeling: "Please don’t come here again," he said coldly.
Translations of “coldly”
in Korean 차갑게, 냉담하게…
in Arabic بِبرود…
in Portuguese friamente…
in Catalan fredament…
in Japanese 冷たく…
in Italian freddamente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 冷淡地, 無情地…
in Russian неприветливо, холодно…
in Turkish hissizce, acımasızca, merhametsizce…
in Chinese (Simplified) 冷淡地, 无情地…
in Polish chłodno…
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