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cold

 (kōld)
adj. cold·er, cold·est
1.
a. Having a low temperature: cold water.
b. Being at a temperature that is less than what is required or what is normal: cold oatmeal.
c. Chilled by refrigeration or ice: cold beer.
2.
a. Feeling no warmth; uncomfortably chilled: We were cold sitting by the drafty windows.
b. Appearing to be dead; unconscious: found him out cold on the floor.
c. Dead: was cold in his grave.
3. Lacking emotion; objective: cold logic.
4.
a. Having little appeal to the senses or feelings: a cold decor.
b. Designating or being in a tone or color, such as pale gray, that suggests little warmth.
5.
a. Not affectionate or friendly; aloof: a cold person; a cold nod.
b. Exhibiting or feeling no enthusiasm: a cold audience; a cold response to the new play; a concert that left me cold.
c. Devoid of sexual desire; frigid.
6. Having lost all freshness or vividness through passage of time: dogs attempting to catch a cold scent.
7. So intense as to be almost uncontrollable: cold fury.
8. Characterized by repeated failure, especially in a sport or competitive activity: The team fell into a slump of cold shooting.
adv.
1. To an unqualified degree; totally: was cold sober.
2. With complete finality: We turned him down cold.
3. Without advance preparation or introduction: took the exam cold and passed; walked in cold and got the new job.
n.
1.
a. Relative lack of warmth: Cold slows down chemical reactions.
b. The sensation resulting from lack of warmth; chill.
2. A condition of low air temperature; cold weather: went out into the cold and got a chill.
3. A viral infection characterized by inflammation of the mucous membranes lining the upper respiratory passages and usually accompanied by malaise, fever, chills, coughing, and sneezing. Also called common cold, coryza.
Idiom:
out in the cold
Lacking benefits given to others; neglected.

[Middle English, from Old English ceald; see gel- in Indo-European roots.]

cold′ly adv.
cold′ness n.
Synonyms: cold, arctic, chilly, cool, frigid, frosty, gelid, glacial, icy
These adjectives mean marked by a low or an extremely low temperature: cold air; an arctic climate; a chilly day; cool water; a frigid room; a frosty morning; gelid seas; glacial winds; icy hands.
Antonym: hot

cold

(kəʊld)
adj
1. having relatively little warmth; of a rather low temperature: cold weather; cold hands.
2. without sufficient or proper warmth: this meal is cold.
3. lacking in affection, enthusiasm, or warmth of feeling: a cold manner.
4. not affected by emotion; objective: cold logic.
5. dead
6. sexually unresponsive or frigid
7. lacking in freshness: a cold scent; cold news.
8. chilling to the spirit; depressing
9. (Colours) (of a colour) having violet, blue, or green predominating; giving no sensation of warmth
10. (Metallurgy) metallurgy denoting or relating to a process in which work-hardening occurs as a result of the plastic deformation of a metal at too low a temperature for annealing to take place
11. (General Engineering) (of a process) not involving heat, in contrast with traditional methods: cold typesetting; cold technology.
12. informal (of a seeker in a game) far from the object of a search
13. (Marketing) denoting the contacting of potential customers, voters, etc, without previously approaching them in order to establish their interest: cold mailing.
14. cold comfort little or no comfort
15. (Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) cold steel the use of bayonets, knives, etc, in combat
16. from cold without advance notice; without giving preparatory information
17. in cold blood showing no passion; deliberately; ruthlessly
18. leave someone cold informal to fail to excite someone: the performance left me cold.
19. throw cold water on pour cold water on informal to be unenthusiastic about or discourage
n
20. the absence of heat regarded as a positive force: the cold took away our breath.
21. the sensation caused by loss or lack of heat
22. in the cold out in the cold informal neglected; ignored
23. (Pathology) an acute viral infection of the upper respiratory passages characterized by discharge of watery mucus from the nose, sneezing, etc
24. catch a cold slang to make a loss; lose one's investment
adv
25. informal without preparation: he played his part cold.
26. informal chiefly US and Canadian thoroughly; absolutely: she turned him down cold.
[Old English ceald; related to Old Norse kaldr, Gothic kalds, Old High German kalt; see cool]
ˈcoldish adj
ˈcoldly adv
ˈcoldness n

cold

(koʊld)

adj. -er, -est,
n., adv. adj.
1. having a relatively low temperature.
2. feeling an uncomfortable lack of warmth; chilled.
3. having a temperature lower than the normal temperature of the human body: cold hands.
4. lacking in passion, enthusiasm, etc.: cold reason.
5. not affectionate or friendly: a cold reply.
6. lacking sensual desire; frigid.
7. depressing; dispiriting.
8. unconscious because of a severe blow, shock, etc.
9. lifeless or extinct; dead.
10. (in games) distant from the object of search or the correct answer.
11. Slang. (in sports and games) not scoring or winning.
12.
b. being a cool color.
13. Metalworking. at a temperature below that at which recrystallization can occur: cold working.
n.
14. the absence of heat or warmth.
15. the sensation produced by loss of heat from the body, as by contact with anything having a lower temperature than that of the body: the cold of a steel door.
16. cold weather.
17. Also called common cold. a respiratory disorder characterized by sneezing, sore throat, coughing, etc., caused by any of various viruses of the rhinovirus group.
adv.
18. with complete competence; thoroughly: He knew his speech cold.
19. without preparation or prior notice.
20. abruptly; unceremoniously.
21. Metalworking. at a temperature below that at which recrystallization can occur (sometimes used in combination): to cold-hammer an iron bar; The wire was drawn cold.
Idioms:
1. catch or take cold, to become afflicted with a cold.
2. (out) in the cold, neglected; ignored; forgotten.
3. throw cold water on, to dampen someone's enthusiasm about.
[before 950; Middle English; Old English cald, ceald, c. Old Frisian, Old Saxon cald, Old High German chalt, Old Norse kaldr, Gothic kalds; akin to gelid]
cold′ly, adv.
cold′ness, n.

cold

- When the moon is far to the north, it is popularly called a cold moon.
See also related terms for north.

Cold

See also climate; heat

coldness. — algid, adj.
an abnormal fear or dislike of cold.
the branch of physics that studies the production and effects of very low temperatures. — cryogenic, adj.
1. the study of snow and ice.
2. the science of refrigeration.
a thermometer for measuring very low temperatures.
the measurement of extremely low temperatures, by means of a cryometer. — cryometric, adj.
Biology. a preference for low temperatures. — cryophile, n. — cryophilic, adj.
an abnormal fear of ice or frost.
the study of the freezing points of fluids.
a surgical technique using freezing to destroy tissue.
the state or condition of being extremely cold. — gelid, adj.
the raising of the hairs on the skin as a response to cold or fear; goose bumps or goose pimples.
a process for preserving substances such as blood or serum by freeze-drying in a high vacuum.
an abnormal condition in which part of the body, though warm, feels cold.
an abnormal fear of the cold.
a feeling or sensation of coldness.

cold

If you want to emphasize how cold the weather is, you can say that it is freezing, especially in winter when there is ice or frost.

...a freezing January afternoon.

In summer, if the temperature is below average, you can say that it is cool. In general, cold suggests a lower temperature than cool, and cool things may be pleasant or refreshing.

This is the coldest winter I can remember.
A cool breeze swept off the sea; it was pleasant out there.

If it is very cool or too cool, you can also say that it is chilly.

It was decidedly pleasant out here, even on a chilly winter's day.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cold - a mild viral infection involving the nose and respiratory passages (but not the lungs)cold - a mild viral infection involving the nose and respiratory passages (but not the lungs); "will they never find a cure for the common cold?"
communicable disease - a disease that can be communicated from one person to another
respiratory disease, respiratory disorder, respiratory illness - a disease affecting the respiratory system
head cold - a common cold affecting the nasal passages and resulting in congestion and sneezing and headache
rhinorrhea - persistent watery mucus discharge from the nose (as in the common cold)
2.cold - the absence of heat; "the coldness made our breath visible"; "come in out of the cold"; "cold is a vasoconstrictor"
pressor, vasoconstrictive, vasoconstrictor - any agent that causes a narrowing of an opening of a blood vessel: cold or stress or nicotine or epinephrine or norepinephrine or angiotensin or vasopressin or certain drugs; maintains or increases blood pressure
temperature - the degree of hotness or coldness of a body or environment (corresponding to its molecular activity)
chill, gelidity, iciness - coldness due to a cold environment
chilliness, coolness, nip - the property of being moderately cold; "the chilliness of early morning"
frostiness - coldness as evidenced by frost
cool - the quality of being at a refreshingly low temperature; "the cool of early morning"
3.cold - the sensation produced by low temperatures; "he shivered from the cold"; "the cold helped clear his head"
temperature - the somatic sensation of cold or heat
Adj.1.cold - having a low or inadequate temperature or feeling a sensation of coldness or having been made cold by e.g. ice or refrigeration; "a cold climate"; "a cold room"; "dinner has gotten cold"; "cold fingers"; "if you are cold, turn up the heat"; "a cold beer"
frozen - turned into ice; affected by freezing or by long and severe cold; "the frozen North"; "frozen pipes"; "children skating on a frozen brook"
cool - neither warm nor very cold; giving relief from heat; "a cool autumn day"; "a cool room"; "cool summer dresses"; "cool drinks"; "a cool breeze"
hot - used of physical heat; having a high or higher than desirable temperature or giving off heat or feeling or causing a sensation of heat or burning; "hot stove"; "hot water"; "a hot August day"; "a hot stuffy room"; "she's hot and tired"; "a hot forehead"
2.cold - extended meanings; especially of psychological coldness; without human warmth or emotion; "a cold unfriendly nod"; "a cold and unaffectionate person"; "a cold impersonal manner"; "cold logic"; "the concert left me cold"
passionless - not passionate; "passionless observation of human nature"
cool - psychologically cool and unenthusiastic; unfriendly or unresponsive or showing dislike; "relations were cool and polite"; "a cool reception"; "cool to the idea of higher taxes"
hot - extended meanings; especially of psychological heat; marked by intensity or vehemence especially of passion or enthusiasm; "a hot temper"; "a hot topic"; "a hot new book"; "a hot love affair"; "a hot argument"
3.cold - having lost freshness through passage of time; "a cold trail"; "dogs attempting to catch a cold scent"
stale - lacking freshness, palatability, or showing deterioration from age; "stale bread"; "the beer was stale"
4.cold - (color) giving no sensation of warmth; "a cold bluish grey"
cool - (color) inducing the impression of coolness; used especially of greens and blues and violets; "cool greens and blues and violets"
5.cold - marked by errorless familiarity; "had her lines cold before rehearsals started"
perfect - being complete of its kind and without defect or blemish; "a perfect circle"; "a perfect reproduction"; "perfect happiness"; "perfect manners"; "a perfect specimen"; "a perfect day"
6.cold - lacking originality or spontaneity; no longer new; "moth-eaten theories about race"; "stale news"
unoriginal - not original; not being or productive of something fresh and unusual; "the manuscript contained unoriginal emendations"; "his life had been unoriginal, conforming completely to the given pattern"- Gwethalyn Graham
7.cold - so intense as to be almost uncontrollable; "cold fury gripped him"
intense - possessing or displaying a distinctive feature to a heightened degree; "intense heat"; "intense anxiety"; "intense desire"; "intense emotion"; "the skunk's intense acrid odor"; "intense pain"; "enemy fire was intense"
8.cold - sexually unresponsive; "was cold to his advances"; "a frigid woman"
unloving - not giving or reciprocating affection
9.cold - without compunction or human feeling; "in cold blood"; "cold-blooded killing"; "insensate destruction"
inhumane - lacking and reflecting lack of pity or compassion; "humans are innately inhumane; this explains much of the misery and suffering in the world"; "biological weapons are considered too inhumane to be used"
10.cold - feeling or showing no enthusiasm; "a cold audience"; "a cold response to the new play"
unenthusiastic - not enthusiastic; lacking excitement or ardor; "an unenthusiastic performance by the orchestra"; "unenthusiastic applause"
11.cold - unconscious from a blow or shock or intoxication; "the boxer was out cold"; "pass out cold"
unconscious - not conscious; lacking awareness and the capacity for sensory perception as if asleep or dead; "lay unconscious on the floor"
12.cold - of a seeker; far from the object sought
far - located at a great distance in time or space or degree; "we come from a far country"; "far corners of the earth"; "the far future"; "a far journey"; "the far side of the road"; "far from the truth"; "far in the future"
13.cold - lacking the warmth of life; "cold in his grave"
dead - no longer having or seeming to have or expecting to have life; "the nerve is dead"; "a dead pallor"; "he was marked as a dead man by the assassin"

cold

adjective
1. chilly, biting, freezing, bitter, raw, chill, harsh, bleak, arctic, icy, frosty, wintry, frigid, inclement, parky (Brit. informal), cool It was bitterly cold outside.
chilly hot, heated, warm, mild, sunny, balmy
2. freezing, frozen, chilled, numb, chilly, shivery, benumbed, frozen to the marrow I'm hungry, I'm cold and I have nowhere to sleep.
4. unfriendly, indifferent, stony, lukewarm, glacial, unmoved, unsympathetic, apathetic, frigid, inhospitable, unresponsive The president is likely to receive a cold reception when he speaks today.
unfriendly warm, friendly, sympathetic, responsive
noun
1. coldness, chill, frigidity, chilliness, frostiness, iciness, inclemency He must have come inside to get out of the cold.
Related words
fear cheimaphobia

cold

adjective
1. Marked by a low temperature:
2. Not affected by or showing emotion:
3. Lacking all friendliness and warmth:
4. Deficient in or lacking sexual desire:
5. Lacking consciousness:
noun
Relative lack of physical warmth:
Translations
بارِدبُرودة ،بُرودَةُ، الشُّعورزُكَامزُكام، رَشِحفاتِر، بارِد الشُّعور
студен
nachlazenízimastudenýchladchladný
forkølelsekoldkuldekøligfryse
malafablamalvarma
kylmäkylmyysnuhapakkanenvilustuminen
hladanprehladastudenzimahladnoća
hidegnátha
dingin
kaldurkvefkuldi
寒い寒さ
차다추운추위춥다
algidusfrigidus
bijotibūti nedraugiškamelgtis nedraugiškainedraugiškainedraugiškas
aukstsaukstumsnejūtīgsnelaipnssaaukstēšanās
friggripărăcealărece
nádcha
hladmrazprehladprehladiti sehladen
hladanprehlada
kallkylaköldförkylning
baridi
เย็นหนาวหวัด
lạnhlạnh lẽonguộicảm cúm

cold

[kəʊld]
A. ADJ (colder (compar) (coldest (superl)))
1. (= lacking heat) → frío
a cold buffetun buffet frío
to be cold [person] → tener frío; [thing] → estar frío
I'm coldtengo frío
my hands are coldtengo las manos frías
it was cold; the weather was coldhacía frío
the house was coldla casa estaba fría, en la casa hacía frío
to get cold [food, coffee] → enfriarse
your dinner's getting coldse te está enfriando la cena
the nights are getting colderestá haciendo más frío por las noches
I'm getting coldme está entrando frío
no, no, you're getting colder (in game) → no, no, cada vez más frío
to go cold your coffee's going coldse te está enfriando el café
I went cold at the very thoughtsólo de pensarlo me entraron escalofríos
the trail went cold in Athenslas huellas desaparecieron en Atenas
to pour or throw cold water on or over sthponer pegas or trabas a algo
see also comfort A1
see also foot A1
2. (= hostile) [look, voice, person] → frío
to get or receive a cold reception [person] → tener un recibimiento frío; [proposal] → tener una acogida fría
to give sb a cold receptionrecibir a algn con frialdad
to give sth a cold receptionacoger algo con frialdad
the proposal was given a cold reception by the bankslos bancos acogieron la propuesta con frialdad
to be cold to or with sbmostrarse frío con algn
3. (= indifferent) to leave sb colddejar frío a algn
his music leaves me coldsu música me deja frío
4. (= dispassionate) he approached everything with cold logiclo enfocaba todo con fría lógica
the cold factsla cruda realidad
see also blood A1
see also light 1 A1
5. [colour, light] → frío
6. from colden frío
I can't sing it from coldno puedo cantarlo en frío
7. (= unconscious)
see also out A15
B. N
1. (= cold weather) → frío m
her hands were blue with coldtenía las manos moradas del frío
come in out of the cold!¡entra, que hace frío!
to feel the coldser friolento or (Sp) friolero
to leave sb out in the cold (fig) → dejar a algn al margen, dar a algn a un lado
she felt left out in the coldsintió que la habían dejado al margen or dado de lado
2. (Med) → resfriado m, catarro m, constipado m, resfrío m (LAm)
I've got a coldestoy resfriado or acatarrado or constipado
to catch a coldresfriarse, constiparse
to have a chest coldtener el pecho congestionado or cargado
you'll catch your death of coldvas a pillar un resfriado de muerte
to get a coldresfriarse, constiparse
to give sb a/one's coldcontagiar or pegar un/el resfriado a algn
to have a head coldestar resfriado or constipado
C. ADV
1. (= abruptly) she turned him down coldlo rechazó rotundamente
he stopped cold in his tracksse paró en seco
2. (= without preparation) he played his part coldrepresentó su papel en frío or sin haberse preparado de antemano
to come to sth coldllegar a algo frío or sin preparación
D. CPD cold calling Nventa f en frío
cold cream Ncrema f hidratante
cold cuts NPL (US) = cold meats cold fish N (fig) → persona f seca
cold frame Nvivero m para plantas
cold front N (Met) → frente m frío
cold meats NPLfiambres fpl, embutidos mpl
cold snap Nola f de frío
cold sore Nherpes m inv labial, pupa f
cold start N (Aut) → arranque m en frío
cold storage Nconservación f en cámaras frigoríficas
to put sth into cold storage [+ food] → refrigerar algo (fig) [+ project] → aparcar algo
cold store Ncámara f frigorífica
cold sweat Nsudor m frío
he broke into a cold sweatle entró un sudor frío
cold turkey Nmono m, síndrome m de abstinencia
to go cold turkeydejar la droga en seco
he quit smoking cold turkeydejó de fumar a base de aguantarse el mono
cold war Nguerra f fría

cold

[ˈkəʊld]
adj
(physically) [place, substance] → froid(e)
The water's cold → L'eau est froide.
it's cold today → il fait froid aujourd'hui
to be cold [person] → avoir froid
I'm cold → J'ai froid.
Are you cold? → Est-ce que tu as froid?
to feel cold [person] → avoir froid
to have cold feet (lit)avoir froid aux pieds
to get cold feet about sth (= start feeling unsure) → être moins chaud pour qch
to be out cold [person] (= unconscious) → être dans les pommes (= sleeping) → dormir à poings fermés
(emotionally)froid(e)
to leave sb cold → laisser qn froid
in cold blood → de sang-froid
n
(= chilliness) → froid m
I can't stand the cold → Je ne supporte pas le froid.
to be left out in the cold (fig) [person, group, country] → être laissé(e) de côté
(= illness) → rhume m
to have a cold → avoir un rhume
I've got a bad cold → J'ai un gros rhume.
to catch a cold, to catch cold → s'enrhumer, attraper un rhumecold-blooded [ˌkəʊldˈblʌdɪd] adj
[animal] → à sang froid
[person] → insensible
[murder, attack] → commis(e) de sang-froidcold-bloodedly [ˌkəʊldˈblʌdɪdli] adv [murder, shoot, kill] → de sang-froidcold calling n (on phone)démarchage m téléphonique (= visit) → démarchage m à domicilecold comfort nmaigre consolation fcold cream ncrème f de soins, cold-cream fcold cuts npl (US) [meat] → assiette f anglaisecold frame nchâssis m (de couche)cold front n (= weather front) → front m froidcold-hearted [ˌkəʊldˈhɑːrtɪd] adj [murderer] → impitoyable

cold

adj (+er)
kalt; cold meatsAufschnitt m; I am coldmir ist kalt, ich friere; my hands are cold/are getting coldich habe/kriege kalte Hände; the room is/the nights are getting colddas Zimmer wird/die Nächte werden kalt; don’t get coldpass auf, dass du nicht frierst!; if you get coldwenn es dir zu kalt wird, wenn du frierst; your coffee is getting colddein Kaffee wird kalt
(fig)kalt; answer, receptionbetont kühl; colourkalt; personalitykühl; (= dispassionate, not sensual)kühl; to be cold to somebodyjdn kühl behandeln; that leaves me colddas lässt mich kalt
(inf: = unconscious) → bewusstlos; (= knocked out)k. o.; to be out coldbewusstlos/k. o. sein; to knock somebody out coldjdn k. o. schlagen
(inf, in guessing) → kalt; you’re still coldimmer noch kalt
(Hunt) scentkalt
(phrases) in cold bloodkaltblütig; cold comfortein schwacher Trost; to get/have cold feet (fig inf)kalte Füße kriegen/haben (inf); to get/have cold feet about doing somethingMuffe kriegen/haben, etw zu tun (inf); he’s a cold fisher ist ein kalter Fisch (inf); to give somebody the cold shoulder (inf)jdm die kalte Schulter zeigen; to be in a cold sweatvor Angst schwitzen; that brought him out in a cold sweatdabei brach ihm der kalte Schweiß or der Angstschweiß aus; to throw cold water on somebody’s plans (inf)jdm eine kalte Dusche geben; to throw cold water on somebody’s hopes (inf)jds Hoffnungen (dat)einen Dämpfer aufsetzen
adv to come to something coldunvorbereitet an eine Sache herangehen; to learn/know something cold (US) → etw gut lernen/können; he stopped cold when … (US) → er hielt unvermittelt an, als …; she quit her job coldsie hat glatt or eiskalt gekündigt (inf); he was turned down colder wurde glatt abgelehnt
n
Kälte f; to feel the coldkälteempfindlich sein; don’t go out in this cold!geh nicht raus bei dieser Kälte!; to be left out in the cold (fig)ausgeschlossen werden, links liegen gelassen werden; to feel left out in the coldsich ausgeschlossen fühlen
(Med) → Erkältung f; (= runny nose)Schnupfen m; a heavy or bad coldeine schwere Erkältung; to have a colderkältet sein; (= runny nose)einen Schnupfen haben; to get or catch a coldsich erkälten, sich (dat)eine Erkältung holen; to catch coldsich erkälten; cold in the head (Brit), head coldKopfgrippe f; cold on the chest (Brit) chest coldBronchialkatarr(h) m

cold

:
cold-blooded
adj (Zool, fig) → kaltblütig; cold animalKaltblüter m; to be cold about somethingetw kaltblütig tun
cold-bloodedly
advkaltblütig
cold boot
n (Comput) → Kaltstart m
cold box
n (Brit) → Kühlbox f
cold call
n (Comm) (on phone) → Vertreteranruf m; (= visit)Vertreterbesuch m
cold calling
n (Comm) (on phone) → Kundenwerbung fper Telefon; (= visiting)Vertreterbesuche pl
cold case
cold chisel
nKaltmeißel m
cold cream
nColdcream f or nt, → halbfette Feuchtigkeitscreme
cold cuts
pl (US) → Aufschnitt m
cold frame
n (Hort) → Frühbeet nt
cold fusion
n (Phys) → kalte Fusion
cold-hearted
adjkaltherzig

cold

:
cold room
nKühlraum m
cold selling
nCold Selling nt
cold shoulder
n (inf) to give somebody the coldjdm die kalte Schulter zeigen
cold-shoulder
vt (inf)die kalte Schulter zeigen (+dat)
cold snap
n (Met) → Kälteeinbruch m
cold sore
n (Med) → Bläschenausschlag m
cold start
n (Aut, Comput) → Kaltstart m
cold storage
nKühllagerung f; to put something into cold (lit, food) → etw kühl lagern; (fig) idea, planetw auf Eis legen
cold store
nKühlhaus nt
cold turkey (inf)
adj a cold cureein kalter Entzug (sl)
adv to come off drugs coldeinen kalten Entzug machen (sl)
cold war
cold warrior
cold-weather payment
n (Brit) → Brennstoffbeihilfe f

cold

[kəʊld]
1. adj (-er (comp) (-est (superl))) (also) (fig) → freddo/a
it's cold → fa freddo
it's a cold day → fa freddo oggi
I'm cold → ho freddo
my feet are cold → ho freddo ai piedi, ho i piedi freddi
to catch cold → prendere freddo
to get cold (person) → infreddolirsi (food) → freddarsi, diventare freddo/a
it's getting cold (weather) → comincia a far freddo
the room's getting cold → comincia a far freddo in questa stanza
to be out cold (fam) (unconscious) → essere privo/a di sensi
to knock sb (out) cold → mettere qn fuori combattimento
in cold blood → a sangue freddo
it leaves me cold (fam) → non mi fa né caldo, né freddo
to get cold feet (fig) → avere fifa
it's cold comfort → è una magra consolazione
to put sth into cold storage (food) → mettere qc in cella frigorifera (fig) (project) → accantonare qc
2. n
a. (Met) → freddo
to feel the cold → sentire il freddo
to be left out in the cold (fig) → essere lasciato/a in disparte
b. (Med) (also common cold) → raffreddore m
to catch a cold → prendere un raffreddore

cold

(kəuld) adjective
1. low in temperature. cold water; cold meat and salad.
2. lower in temperature than is comfortable. I feel cold.
3. unfriendly. His manner was cold.
noun
1. the state of being cold or of feeling the coldness of one's surroundings. She has gone to live in the South of France because she cannot bear the cold in Britain; He was blue with cold.
2. an illness with running nose, coughing etc. He has a bad cold; She has caught a cold; You might catch cold.
ˈcoldly adverb
in an unfriendly way. She looked at me coldly.
ˈcoldness noun
ˌcold-ˈblooded adjective
1. having blood (like that of a fish) which takes the same temperature as the surroundings of the body. cold-blooded creatures.
2. cruel and unfeeling. cold-blooded murder.
cold war
a major, especially political, struggle between nations which involves military threats but not fighting.
get cold feet
to lose courage. I was going to apply for the job but I got cold feet.
give (someone) the cold shoulder verb (also ˌcoldˈshoulder )
to show that one is unwilling to be friendly with (a person). All the neighbours gave her the cold shoulder; He cold-shouldered all his sister's friends.
in cold blood
deliberately and unemotionally. He killed them in cold blood.

cold

بَارِد, بارِد, زُكَام chladný, nachlazení, zima forkølelse, fryse, kold frieren, kalt, Kälte κρύο, κρύος frío, resfriado kylmä, kylmyys avoir froid, froid, rhume hladan, prehlada freddo, raffreddore 寒い, 寒さ 추운, 추위 koud, verkoudheid kald, kulde zimno, zimny, zmarznięty constipação, frio, resfriado, ter frio замерзнувший, простуда, холодный kall, kyla เย็น, หนาว, หวัด soğuk, soğuk algınlığı, üşümek cảm cúm, lạnh 冷的, 感冒

cold

n. catarro; resfriado; [weather] frío;
v.
to be ___tener frío;
it is ___hace frío;
a [temperature] frío-a;
___ -bloodedde sangre fría o de temperatura muy baja;
___ creamcrema, pomada facial;
___ packcompresa fría;
___ soreúlcera de herpes simple;
___ sweatsudor frío.

cold

adj frío; to be — tener frío, (the weather) hacer frío; Are you cold?.. ¿Tiene frío?; to feel — sentir frío; n frío; (illness) catarro, resfriado; chest — bronquitis (aguda), resfriado de pecho; common — catarro or resfriado común; head — resfriado de cabeza, catarro que afecta los senos paranasales; to catch a — resfriarse; to have a — estar resfriado, tener catarro