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coolly

adverb
 
 
/ˈkuːlli/
without showing emotion or interest: Her colleagues reacted coolly to the idea.Calm and relaxedLacking interest and enthusiasmUnwilling and reluctantNot showing or feeling emotions
Translations of “coolly”
in Korean 쌀쌀맞게…
in Arabic بِبُرود…
in Portuguese com frieza…
in Catalan amb indiferència, fredament…
in Japanese 冷静に…
in Italian freddamente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不友好地, 冷淡地, 冷漠地…
in Russian равнодушно, холодно…
in Turkish sakin, soğukkanlı, kayıtsız…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不友好地, 冷淡地, 冷漠地…
in Polish chłodno, spokojnie…
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