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cold

Definitions by Oxford


[kəʊld], (Adjective)

Definitions:
- of or at a low or relatively low temperature, especially when compared with the human body
(e.g: a freezing cold day)

- lacking affection or warmth of feeling; unemotional
(e.g: how cold and calculating he was)

- (of the scent or trail of a hunted person or animal) no longer fresh and easy to follow
(e.g: the trail went cold)

- without preparation or rehearsal
(e.g: they went into the test cold)


Phrases:
- as cold as ice
- catch a cold
- cold comfort
- cold feet
- cold one
- cold steel
- in cold blood
- in the cold light of day
- out in the cold
- pour cold water on

Origin:
Old English cald, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch koud and German kalt, also to Latin gelu ‘frost’


[kəʊld], (Noun)

Definitions:
- a low temperature; cold weather; a cold environment
(e.g: my teeth chattered with the cold)

- a common infection in which the mucous membrane of the nose and throat becomes inflamed, typically causing running at the nose, sneezing, and a sore throat
(e.g: Suzie's got a cold)


Phrases:
- as cold as ice
- catch a cold
- cold comfort
- cold feet
- cold one
- cold steel
- in cold blood
- in the cold light of day
- out in the cold
- pour cold water on

Origin:


[kəʊld], (Adverb)

Definitions:
- completely; entirely
(e.g: we stopped cold behind a turn in the staircase)


Phrases:
- as cold as ice
- catch a cold
- cold comfort
- cold feet
- cold one
- cold steel
- in cold blood
- in the cold light of day
- out in the cold
- pour cold water on

Origin:







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