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cold

cold

 
pronunciation:
kold
parts of speech:
adjective, noun
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part of speech: adjective
inflections: colder, coldest
definition 1: having a body temperature below normal.
cold fingers and toes
synonyms:
chill, chilly, cool
antonyms:
hot, warm
similar words:
algid, frostbitten, ice-cold, icy, numb, shivering, shivery
definition 2: without warmth.
a cold day
synonyms:
chilly, cool, nippy, wintry
antonyms:
hot, lukewarm
similar words:
arctic, bitter, freezing, frigid, frosty, gelid, glacial, hyperborean, ice-cold, icy
definition 3: without feeling or affection.
cold logichis cold gaze
synonyms:
chill, chilly, distant, frosty, ice-cold, icy, impassive, unemotional, unfeeling
antonyms:
affectionate, amorous, hot-blooded, intimate, loving, warm
similar words:
aloof, cold-blooded, dispassionate, frigid, hardhearted, indifferent, inhospitable, passionless, stony, unfriendly, unsympathetic
definition 4: suffering from lack of warmth.
I'm cold, so can I have a blanket?
synonyms:
chilled, chilly
antonyms:
hot
similar words:
frigid
definition 5: of food or drink, chilled by refrigeration or not warmed.
cold milka cold meal
synonyms:
chilled, cooled, refrigerated
antonyms:
hot, lukewarm, warm
similar words:
ice-cold, iced
 
part of speech: noun
definition 1: weather marked by low temperature.
The cold was fierce.
synonyms:
chill
antonyms:
heat
similar words:
cold snap, Jack Frost
definition 2: a minor viral illness of the respiratory system.
synonyms:
common cold, flu, grippe, influenza, virus
similar words:
ague, bug, chill
derivations: coldly (adv.), coldness (n.)
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