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cool·ant

 (ko͞o′lənt)
n.
An agent that produces cooling, especially a fluid that draws off heat by circulating through an engine or by bathing a mechanical part.
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coolant

(ˈkuːlənt)
n
1. (Mechanical Engineering) a fluid used to cool a system or to transfer heat from one part of it to another
2. (Mechanical Engineering) a liquid, such as an emulsion of oil, water, and soft soap, used to lubricate and cool the workpiece and cutting tool during machining
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cool•ant

(ˈku lənt)

n.
1. a substance, as a liquid or gas, used to reduce the temperature of a system below a specified value.
2. a lubricant that dissipates the heat caused by friction.
[1925–30]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.coolant - a fluid agent (gas or liquid) that produces cooling; especially one used to cool a system by transferring heat away from one part to another; "he added more coolant to the car's radiator"; "the atomic reactor used a gas coolant"; "lathe operators use an emulsion of oil and water as a coolant for the cutting tool"
agent - a substance that exerts some force or effect
fluid - a substance that is fluid at room temperature and pressure
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Translations
fluide caloporteur

coolant

[ˈkuːlənt] N (Tech) → (líquido m) refrigerante m
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coolant

[ˈkuːlənt] nliquide m de refroidissementcool bag nsac m isothermecool box nboîte f isotherme, glacière f
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coolant

nKühlmittel nt
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coolant

[ˈkuːlənt] n (Tech) → (liquido) refrigerante m
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