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  • 81 Cool! — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Cool. Cool! est un magazine québécois publié à l intention des jeunes adolescentes aimant être tenues au courant de l actualité des célébrités, des nouvelles modes etc. Il est également inclus dans la revue des… …

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  • 82 cool — 1. abgeklärt, abweisend, ausgeglichen, beherrscht, besonnen, distanziert, gefasst, gelassen, gemessen, geruhsam, gesetzt, gleichmütig, kalt[blütig], kühl, lässig, ruhig, seelenruhig, sicher, überlegen, vernünftig; (geh.): souverän; (bildungsspr.) …

    Das Wörterbuch der Synonyme

  • 83 cool — [OE] Cool comes from the same source as cold, namely Indo European *gel , *gol (from which English also gets congeal, gel, and jelly). The Germanic descendants of this Indo European base were *kal , *kōl . From these were derived the Germanic… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 84 cool — Meaningless word used by lazy British journalists to prefix any large amount of money. Last week, Mr. Smith won a cool million. And you can own the car for a cool hundred thousand …

    Dictionary of american slang

  • 85 cool — Meaningless word used by lazy British journalists to prefix any large amount of money. Last week, Mr. Smith won a cool million. And you can own the car for a cool hundred thousand …

    Dictionary of american slang

  • 86 cool — fine, sophisticated, hip, groovy, neat, together, way cool, with it    Do you know any cool guys? Yes. There s one in my class. Would you like to meet him? …

    English idioms

  • 87 cool — I. a. 1. Somewhat cold, a little cold, moderately cold, rather cold. 2. Unimpassioned, dispassionate, collected, composed, self possessed, calm, unruffled, undisturbed, sedate, unexcited, placid, quiet, staid. 3. Indifferent, unconcerned,… …

    New dictionary of synonyms

  • 88 cool — adj 1. chilly, chill, nippy, unheated, unwarmed, heatless, sunless; breezy, draughty, windy. 2. composed, collected, Inf. together, self possessed, self controlled; easy going, relaxed, even tempered, imperturbable, unexcitable, unflappable;… …

    A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • 89 cool —    Olu olu (pleasantly); hu ihu i (chilly); ma ū (damp).   Also: anu, anuanu, ho ānu, hau, olu, ko eko e, aniani; anuhea; waianuhea (as in mountains); wai olu, hauhau, ho oma alili, mō olu, līhau, ho ānu.    ♦ Cool chill, lī anu.    ♦ To cool off …

    English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • 90 Cool it! — exclam. Calm down! □ Take it easy! Cool it! □ Come on, cool it, man! …

    Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • 91 cool — [OE] Cool comes from the same source as cold, namely Indo European *gel , *gol (from which English also gets congeal, gel, and jelly). The Germanic descendants of this Indo European base were *kal , *kōl . From these were derived the Germanic… …

    Word origins

  • 92 cool — See: PLOW ONE S COOL …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 93 cool — See: PLOW ONE S COOL …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 94 cool it — phrasal to calm down ; go easy < the word went out to the young to cool it W. M. Young > …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 95 cool it — verb calm down, relax, take a time out We did tell him to cool it but he just got more and more irate: he ended up hitting him …

    Wiktionary

  • 96 Cool — Recorded in several forms including McCole, McCool, McIlhoyle, and the dialectal misspelling of McCold, as well as in Ireland Cole, Coll, Cool, Coole and Coyle, this interesting and confusing surname, can be either Irish or Scottish. It derives… …

    Surnames reference

  • 97 cool it — vp To calm down. If you guys don t cool it, the neighbors are going to complain. 1960s …

    Historical dictionary of American slang

  • 98 cool — See: blow one s cool …

    Словарь американских идиом

  • 99 cool it — (Slang) calm down, take it easy; stop it (i.e.: As soon as he enters the room, cool it you guys ) …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 100 cool it — stop it, be good, knock it off    The students cool it when the principal walks in …

    English idioms


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