air-cool


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air-cool

(âr′ko͞ol′)
tr.v. air-cooled, air-cool·ing, air-cools
1. To cool (an engine, for example) by a flow of air.
2. To air-condition.

air-cool

vb
(Mechanical Engineering) (tr) to cool (an engine) by a flow of air. Compare water-cool

air′-cool`



v.t.
1. to remove the heat of combustion, friction, etc., from (a machine, engine, or device), as by air streams flowing over an engine jacket.
2. to cool by means of air conditioning.
[1895–1900]

air-cool


Past participle: air-cooled
Gerund: air-cooling

Imperative
air-cool
air-cool
Present
I air-cool
you air-cool
he/she/it air-cools
we air-cool
you air-cool
they air-cool
Preterite
I air-cooled
you air-cooled
he/she/it air-cooled
we air-cooled
you air-cooled
they air-cooled
Present Continuous
I am air-cooling
you are air-cooling
he/she/it is air-cooling
we are air-cooling
you are air-cooling
they are air-cooling
Present Perfect
I have air-cooled
you have air-cooled
he/she/it has air-cooled
we have air-cooled
you have air-cooled
they have air-cooled
Past Continuous
I was air-cooling
you were air-cooling
he/she/it was air-cooling
we were air-cooling
you were air-cooling
they were air-cooling
Past Perfect
I had air-cooled
you had air-cooled
he/she/it had air-cooled
we had air-cooled
you had air-cooled
they had air-cooled
Future
I will air-cool
you will air-cool
he/she/it will air-cool
we will air-cool
you will air-cool
they will air-cool
Future Perfect
I will have air-cooled
you will have air-cooled
he/she/it will have air-cooled
we will have air-cooled
you will have air-cooled
they will have air-cooled
Future Continuous
I will be air-cooling
you will be air-cooling
he/she/it will be air-cooling
we will be air-cooling
you will be air-cooling
they will be air-cooling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been air-cooling
you have been air-cooling
he/she/it has been air-cooling
we have been air-cooling
you have been air-cooling
they have been air-cooling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been air-cooling
you will have been air-cooling
he/she/it will have been air-cooling
we will have been air-cooling
you will have been air-cooling
they will have been air-cooling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been air-cooling
you had been air-cooling
he/she/it had been air-cooling
we had been air-cooling
you had been air-cooling
they had been air-cooling
Conditional
I would air-cool
you would air-cool
he/she/it would air-cool
we would air-cool
you would air-cool
they would air-cool
Past Conditional
I would have air-cooled
you would have air-cooled
he/she/it would have air-cooled
we would have air-cooled
you would have air-cooled
they would have air-cooled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.air-cool - equip with an apparatus for controlling the humidity and temperatureair-cool - equip with an apparatus for controlling the humidity and temperature; "Our house is not air-conditioned"
architecture - the profession of designing buildings and environments with consideration for their esthetic effect
furnish, provide, supply, render - give something useful or necessary to; "We provided the room with an electrical heater"
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