cold-shoulder


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cold-shoulder


Past participle: cold-shouldered
Gerund: cold-shouldering

Imperative
cold-shoulder
cold-shoulder
Present
I cold-shoulder
you cold-shoulder
he/she/it cold-shoulders
we cold-shoulder
you cold-shoulder
they cold-shoulder
Preterite
I cold-shouldered
you cold-shouldered
he/she/it cold-shouldered
we cold-shouldered
you cold-shouldered
they cold-shouldered
Present Continuous
I am cold-shouldering
you are cold-shouldering
he/she/it is cold-shouldering
we are cold-shouldering
you are cold-shouldering
they are cold-shouldering
Present Perfect
I have cold-shouldered
you have cold-shouldered
he/she/it has cold-shouldered
we have cold-shouldered
you have cold-shouldered
they have cold-shouldered
Past Continuous
I was cold-shouldering
you were cold-shouldering
he/she/it was cold-shouldering
we were cold-shouldering
you were cold-shouldering
they were cold-shouldering
Past Perfect
I had cold-shouldered
you had cold-shouldered
he/she/it had cold-shouldered
we had cold-shouldered
you had cold-shouldered
they had cold-shouldered
Future
I will cold-shoulder
you will cold-shoulder
he/she/it will cold-shoulder
we will cold-shoulder
you will cold-shoulder
they will cold-shoulder
Future Perfect
I will have cold-shouldered
you will have cold-shouldered
he/she/it will have cold-shouldered
we will have cold-shouldered
you will have cold-shouldered
they will have cold-shouldered
Future Continuous
I will be cold-shouldering
you will be cold-shouldering
he/she/it will be cold-shouldering
we will be cold-shouldering
you will be cold-shouldering
they will be cold-shouldering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been cold-shouldering
you have been cold-shouldering
he/she/it has been cold-shouldering
we have been cold-shouldering
you have been cold-shouldering
they have been cold-shouldering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been cold-shouldering
you will have been cold-shouldering
he/she/it will have been cold-shouldering
we will have been cold-shouldering
you will have been cold-shouldering
they will have been cold-shouldering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been cold-shouldering
you had been cold-shouldering
he/she/it had been cold-shouldering
we had been cold-shouldering
you had been cold-shouldering
they had been cold-shouldering
Conditional
I would cold-shoulder
you would cold-shoulder
he/she/it would cold-shoulder
we would cold-shoulder
you would cold-shoulder
they would cold-shoulder
Past Conditional
I would have cold-shouldered
you would have cold-shouldered
he/she/it would have cold-shouldered
we would have cold-shouldered
you would have cold-shouldered
they would have cold-shouldered
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.cold-shoulder - pay no attention to, disrespect; "She cold-shouldered her ex-fiance"
brush aside, brush off, discount, dismiss, disregard, ignore, push aside - bar from attention or consideration; "She dismissed his advances"
Translations

cold-shoulder

[ˈkəʊldˈʃəʊldəʳ] VT (= rebuff) → volver la espalda a

cold-shoulder

[ˌkəʊldˈʃəʊldəʳ]
1. vttrattare con freddezza
2. n to give sb the cold shouldertrattare qn con freddezza
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Unlike the cold-shoulder, the off-shoulder can be styled with evening wear, being similar in style.
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Meshed with cold-shoulder necklines and cut-out details, these tops have lots of daywearto-date-night potential.