Definition

cold: not hot, at a low temperature, cool; indifferent, unfriendly, distant adjective
a cold drink a drink which is not hot (for example soda, fruit juice)
It's cold outside. The temperature is only 2 degrees!
to have a cold: to have an infection in the nose and throat, which makes you cough and sneeze idiom
  • "I'm not sure if you've had any feedback from your colleagues regarding Miss Stake herself, but they have described her as "intrusive", "cold", and "stubborn"."
  • "Please help yourself to a glass of cold water, but you should know that's all the water you'll get for the next two weeks of the convention!"
  • "Edward : Uh... eeh... cold so... plate... cold."
  • "Now, while she's changing the bill, tell me a bit more about your native Sweden, I've heard it's quite cold this time of year..."
  • "What my Swedish friend here is trying to say is his meal is a little cold, could you warm it up, please?"
  • "Icarus : Well, I wanted to get a pair of gloves for my mother, her hands get very cold during the winter season..."
  • "Make cold air!"
  • "Braving the cold waters, sea cucumbers and Krakens is preferable to living like this."
  • "It's really cold here!"
  • "It's cold as ice!"

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