coolness 的 7 个定义
- moderately cold; neither warm nor cold: a rather cool evening.
- feeling comfortably or moderately cold: I'm perfectly cool, but open the window if you feel hot.
- imparting a sensation of moderate coldness or comfortable freedom from heat: a cool breeze.
- Informal. coolly.
- Slang.: Okay, cool! I'll be there at 10:00.: He got the job? Cool!
- something that is cool; a cool part, place, time, etc.: in the cool of the evening.
- calmness; composure; poise: an executive noted for maintaining her cool under pressure.
- to become cool: The soup cooled in five minutes. We cooled off in the mountain stream.
- to become less ardent, cordial, etc.; become moderate.
- to make cool; impart a sensation of coolness to.
- to lessen the ardor or intensity of; allay; calm; moderate: Disappointment cooled his early zealousness.
- cool down. See entry at cooldown.
- cool off, Informal. to become calmer or more reasonable: Wait until he cools off before you talk to him again.
- cool out, Slang. to calm or settle down; relax: cooling out at the beach.
- cool as a cucumber
- cool down
- cool it
- cool off
- cool one's heels
- cool out
- keep cool
- keep one's cool
- play it cool
- As the weather has gotten cooler and the pandemic news grimmer, we’ve cast our eyes ahead toward the holidays and the long winter to come and joined the hordes of Americans buying fire pits.
- It was a cool June evening just before sunset on a village road on Langkawi Island, Malaysia.
- Water gets denser as it is cooled to 4° C, but becomes less dense as it is cooled further.
- The crew will also attempt to grow radishes, experiment with rock-munching microbes that could assist with future space mining operations, and test drive the cooling system of NASA’s next generation spacesuit, among other experiments.
- That’s just a way of life—and why they generally need fans to stay cool.
- Kim approached her career with tenacity and sincerity; any sort of coolness, remove, or privacy was not a luxury she could afford.
- Each time Emma Stone or Mila Kunis have a new movie coming out, a flurry of odes to their “coolness” hit the web.
- As usual, I smell … perfume—but possibly a perfume with a bit of coolness.
- The remoteness, the coolness, the lecturing style is now a liability.
- You have to credit the Obama campaign—and the man at the top—with a remarkable degree of skill matched by coolness and nerve.
- This was "assault" in truth, and oddly enough seemed to restore the victim to perfect coolness.
- "I am a very sincere friend of your stepfather, and I hope a sincere friend of yours also," he said with perfect coolness.
- During meal-times, a large punkah is employed to diffuse an agreeable degree of coolness through the apartment.
- Had they been alone he might have observed her coolness to him; but, with guests to entertain, he neither saw nor suspected it.
- The coolness and presence of mind of the Prince, no doubt, preserved the city from much confusion and misery.