fairly cold; pleasant cold; (of colours) suggesting coolness
not as friendly as usual ; calmly bold or impudent
pleasant; very good
make cool; become cool
a temperature that is pleasantly cold
"the cool of early morning"
"keep your cool"
"a cool autumn day"
"a cool room"
"cool summer dresses"
"a cool breeze"
"play it cool"
"stayed coolheaded in the crisis"
"the most nerveless winner in the history of the tournament"
"cool greens and blues and violets"
"relations were cool and polite"
"a cool reception"
"cool to the idea of higher taxes"
"a cool million bucks"
"he's a cool dude"
"Mary's dress is really cool"
"it's not cool to arrive at a party too early"
"Chill the food"
"The air cooled considerably after the thunderstorm"
"His enthusiasm cooled considerably"
Papa walked in the garden in the cool of the evening.
出自： M. Sinclair
Very cool, clear and efficient, she found..a new flat and settled into it.
出自： D. Lessing
The rain cooled..to a damp mist.
出自： Scott Fitzgerald
You want to calm down...Cool out.
出自： T. Morrison
Strindberg cooled on the idea, the project lapsed.
出自： M. Meyer
How do you keep so cool in such hot weather?
这么热的天,你身上怎么还是凉凉的呢? keep sb/sth cool
Suitable clothing also helps to keep you cool.
Housewives used to keep milk cool by covering the bottle with a stone pot.
过去家庭主妇们常用石钵罩住奶瓶,防止牛奶变热。 keep cool
One of Hal's great strengths is the ability to keep cool when things start to go wrong.
哈尔最大的优点之一就是，出问题时他能保持沉着、冷静。 keep sth cool
Keep your head cool.
她对她老师的热恋已经冷却下来了。 cool down
Cool down; there's no need to lose your temper over such a trivial matter.
I shall let him cool down before discussing the subject.
I thought you'd never cool down after what Harold said to you.
Her friendship for me has cooled down.
她对我的友情已渐冷淡。 cool sb/oneself ⇔ down
What he said cooled me down.
Try to cool yourself down a bit before you say anything.
Come on, have some ice tea and cool off.
His affection for her gradually cooled off.