cool

  基本词汇  
[kuːl]     [kuːl]    
  • adj.凉爽的;凉的;冷静的;冷漠的
  • vt.(使)变凉;(使)冷却;(使)冷静
  • vi.变凉;冷静下来
  • n.凉爽;冷静;凉快
  • adv.冷静地
coolish coolly cooler coolest coolness cooled cooled cooling cools
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cool是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

adj.(形容词)
  1. 冷淡的,不动感情的,冷酷的
  2. 冷静的,沉着的
  3. 凉,凉快的,凉爽的,使人感到凉爽的
  4. 整整的
  5. 冷色的
  6. 无礼的
  7. 自行其事的,酷的
  8. 慎重的
  9. 薄情的
  10. 不夸大的
  11. 实价的,不打折扣的
  12. <口>非常棒,好极了
n.(名词)
  1. 凉,凉快或凉爽的地方、时间、东西、部分等
  2. 冷静,平静,镇定,沉着,镇静,保持冷静
  3. 冷气,凉气
  4. 一种较保守的爵士音乐
  5. 麻烦
  6. 冷却
  7. 火冒三丈,失去冷静
  8. 放松,冷静的态度
v.(动词)
  1. (使)冷静,(使)平静下来,冷静下来,镇静下来,变冷静,使镇定,沉着
  2. 变凉,冷却(下来),使冷却,变冷却,冷一冷,冰一冰(酒),凉了,冷了
  3. 使凉快,给以凉快的感觉
  4. 使消除或减少放射性
  5. 平息,止(怒),息怒
  6. 冷淡下来,(使)失去热情,变得缺乏热情
  7. 放慢…的增长
  8. 死亡,在死后身体变冷(医学委婉语)

双解释义

adj.(形容词)
  1. 凉快的,凉爽的; 冷色的 fairly cold; pleasant cold; (of colours) suggesting coolness
  2. 冷静的,镇定的 calm; unexcited
  3. 冷漠的; 厚颜无耻的 not as friendly as usual ; calmly bold or impudent
  4. 令人愉快的,棒的 pleasant; very good
  5. [A]整整的 exact
v.(动词)
  1. vt. & vi. 使变凉; 冷却 make cool; become cool
n.(名词)
  1. [S]凉爽 a temperature that is pleasantly cold
  2. [S]镇静,平静 calm

行业释义

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英英释义

Noun:
  1. the quality of being at a refreshingly low temperature;

    "the cool of early morning"

  2. great coolness and composure under strain;

    "keep your cool"

Adjective:
  1. neither warm nor very cold; giving relief from heat;

    "a cool autumn day"
    "a cool room"
    "cool summer dresses"
    "cool drinks"
    "a cool breeze"

  2. marked by calm self-control (especially in trying circumstances); unemotional;

    "play it cool"
    "keep cool"
    "stayed coolheaded in the crisis"
    "the most nerveless winner in the history of the tournament"

  3. (color) inducing the impression of coolness; used especially of greens and blues and violets;

    "cool greens and blues and violets"

  4. 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"

  5. (used of a number or sum) without exaggeration or qualification;

    "a cool million bucks"

  6. fashionable and attractive at the time; often skilled or socially adept;

    "he's a cool dude"
    "that's cool"
    "Mary's dress is really cool"
    "it's not cool to arrive at a party too early"

Verb:
  1. make cool or cooler;

    "Chill the food"

  2. loose heat;

    "The air cooled considerably after the thunderstorm"

  3. lose intensity;

    "His enthusiasm cooled considerably"

cool的用法和样例:

例句

用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. A brisk walk in cool weather is invigorating.
    在凉爽的天气里轻松地散步令人心旷神怡。
  2. A cool breeze blew from the lake.
    湖边吹来了一阵凉凉的微风。
  3. As it was a hot day, she wore a cool dress.
    因为天气热,她穿了一件凉快的衣服。
  4. The occasion calls for a cool head.
    这种场合需要冷静。
  5. Even when you argue, you should try to keep cool.
    即使在争辩时,你也要尽力保持冷静。
  6. The official was very cool to the idea of higher taxes.
    这个官员对提高税收的意见反应很冷淡。
用作及物动词 (vt.)
  1. Trees cool the air as well as clean it.
    树木不仅能使空气变凉,而且能净化空气。
  2. Mother put the pie at the window to cool it.
    母亲将馅饼放在窗口使其冷却。
用作不及物动词 (vi.)
  1. I'm going into the woods to cool off.
    我想进树林子里去凉快一下。
  2. His anger hasn't cooled yet.
    他的愤怒尚未平息。
  3. I hope the two countries will cool off a bit, or there will be a war.
    我希望两个国家都冷静一点,否则将有一场战争。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. I like to feel the cool of the early morning.
    我喜欢感受清晨的凉爽。
  2. Please keep your cool on such occasion.
    在这种场合下,请保持冷静。
  3. The pleasant cool under the trees refreshed the tired boy.
    树荫下宜人的清凉令那个疲倦的男孩恢复了精力。
用作副词 (adv.)
  1. A real warrior can keep cool while fighting a strong enemy.
    真正的勇士能沉着冷静地应对强大的敌人。
  2. The cool manipulators in Hanoi had exploited America's hesitations and self-doubt.
    善于冷静地操纵这类事的河内统治者大大地钻了美国当局优柔寡断的空子。

常见句型

用作形容词 (adj.)
用作定语 ~+ n.
  1. A cool breeze brushed his face, ruffling his hair.
    一阵凉风迎面拂来,吹乱了他的头发。
  2. Warm air is going up, heavy cool air moves in to take the place of it.
    热空气上升时,大量的冷空气填充了它的位置。
  3. She smoothed the lines of worry away with her cool fingers.
    她用凉爽的手指把她由于担忧而产生的皱纹抚平。
  4. The occasion calls for a cool head.
    在这种情况下需要有冷静的头脑。
  5. You should have seen the cool way she took my radio without even asking.
    你没瞧见她那满不在乎的样子,连问也不问就把我的收音机拿走了。
  6. The car cost a cool twenty thousand.
    这辆汽车价值足足两万元。
用作表语 S+be+~
  1. It's late summer, soon the days will be cooler.
    夏末了,很快天气就将更凉爽。
  2. The climate over the period was moderate to cool.
    在那段时间里气候是从温和到凉爽。
  3. I think that it will be rather cool today.
    我猜想今天天气会很凉快。
  4. Metal contracts as it becomes cool.
    金属冷却时体积缩小。
  5. His manner was very cool.
    他态度很冷淡。
  6. Her guy is real cool.
    她的男朋友真帅。
用作宾语补足语 S+V+O+~
  1. I found them cool to the idea.
    我发现他们对这个主意不感兴趣。
用作动词 (v.)
用作不及物动词 S+~(+A)
  1. Let your tea cool a little before you drink it.
    让茶凉一凉再喝。
  2. Has his anger cooled yet?
    他息怒了没有?
  3. By that time her enthusiasm had cooled.
    到那时她的热情已经冷了下来。
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. Cool the soup before freezing it.
    冷冻之前要把汤放凉。
  2. The rain has cooled the air.
    雨使空气变凉了。
  3. 用于be ~ed结构
  4. The steam is therefore cooled, and it condenses back to water.
    蒸汽因而得到冷却,并凝结成水。
  5. He was always cooled in the face of danger.
    他面临危险时总能保持镇定。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. I like the cool of the evening in summer.
    我喜欢夏日夜晚的凉爽。
  2. The city's population prepared to flee heat for the relative cool of the rivers.
    该市居民准备逃到天气较为凉爽的江河流域避暑。
  3. In the cool of the evening, the whole family went out for a walk.
    乘着夜晚的凉爽,全家人出去散步。

常用短语

用作形容词 (adj.)
as cool as a cucumber
  1. 非常凉爽 very cold

    Sitting under the shade of this tree,I am as cool as a cucumber on this hot day. 坐在这树阴底下,就是这样的热天我也感到非常凉爽。

  2. 泰然自若 calm

    He kept as cool as a cucumber as the newspaper reporters all shouted questions at him at once. 当新闻记者们一直同时向他提出问题时,他一直保持冷静沉着。

keep a cool head
  1. 保持冷静 remain calm

    Your job is dangerous, you have to keep a cool head in case you hurt yourself. 你的工作有危险性,你必须保持冷静的头脑,以免伤害自己。

    It's a distinct advantage around here to keep a cool head when things begin to go wrong. 事情开始出差错时,保持清醒的头脑是这里的一个显著优点。

keep cool
  1. 〔说明〕 keep cool通常不用于进行体。
  2. 保持凉爽; 保持不热 remain cold; prevent from becoming too warm keep cool

    I keep cool by staying in the shade and not moving much.由于我呆在树阴下,不多走动,所以还不热。

    How do you keep so cool in such hot weather?这么热的天,你身上怎么还是凉凉的呢?

    keep sb/sth cool

    Suitable clothing also helps to keep you cool.适当的衣服也能使你感到凉快。

    Housewives used to keep milk cool by covering the bottle with a stone pot.过去家庭主妇们常用石钵罩住奶瓶,防止牛奶变热。

  3. 〈非正〉保持冷静 remain calm; refuse to be come excited, afraid, etc. keep cool

    One of Hal's great strengths is the ability to keep cool when things start to go wrong.哈尔最大的优点之一就是,出问题时他能保持沉着、冷静。

    keep sth cool

    Keep your head cool.请冷静些。

用作动词 (v.)
cool down (v.+adv.)
  1. (使)变凉 (cause to) become cool cool down

    Her passion for her teacher has cooled down.她对她老师的热恋已经冷却下来了。

  2. 冷静下来 become calmer or less angry cool down

    Cool down; there's no need to lose your temper over such a trivial matter.冷静些,没必要为区区小事发脾气。

    I shall let him cool down before discussing the subject.在讨论这个题目之前,我应该让他冷静下来。

    I thought you'd never cool down after what Harold said to you.我本来以为哈罗德告诉你那些事后,你绝不会漠然置之的。

    Her friendship for me has cooled down.她对我的友情已渐冷淡。

    cool sb/oneself ⇔ down

    What he said cooled me down.他的话使我平静了一些。

    Try to cool yourself down a bit before you say anything.你稍许冷静一下再讲话吧。

cool it (v.+pron.)
  1. 冷静下来 calm down

    Cool it!Don't get so excited! 静一静吧!别那么激动!

    Stop fighting, you boys!Now cool it! 孩子们,不要打了!冷静些!

cool off (v.+adv.)
  1. 变凉 become cool cool off

    Thank heavens, it's cooled off a little.谢天谢地,天气总算凉快一点儿了。

    Come on, have some ice tea and cool off.来,喝点冰茶,凉快一下。

    His affection for her gradually cooled off.他对她的爱情渐渐淡薄了。

用作名词 (n.)
keep〔wear〕 one's cool
  1. 保持冷静 remain calm

    I try to keep my cool even when the people around me are hurling insults at each other. 即使我周围的人互相辱骂,我也力图使自己保持冷静。

    If you keep your cool you won't fail. 如果你保持镇定,你就不会失败了。

    Nobody could wear his cool when he visited the refugee camp. 访问难民营的人不可能无动于衷。

lose one's cool
  1. 〈非正〉失去冷静; 发脾气 lose one's calmness or temper

    Although the group was in danger from a threatened avalanche, their guide never lost his cool. 尽管这伙人面临着雪崩的危险,但他们的向导仍不失常态。

    Their employer seemed calm during the discussion, but he lost his cool when he heard their final demand for a pay increase. 在讨论时他们的老板显得很冷静,但当他听到他们提出加工资的最后要求时,他沉不住气了。

词汇搭配

用作形容词 (adj.)
~+名词 动词+~ 副词+~ ~+介词
用作动词 (v.)
~+名词 副词+~ ~+副词 ~+介词
用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 名词+~ ~+介词

经典引文

  • Papa walked in the garden in the cool of the evening.

    出自:M. Sinclair
  • Very cool, clear and efficient, she found..a new flat and settled into it.

    出自:D. Lessing
  • The rain cooled..to a damp mist.

    出自:Scott Fitzgerald
  • You want to calm down...Cool out.

    出自:T. Morrison
  • Strindberg cooled on the idea, the project lapsed.

    出自:M. Meyer

cool的详细讲解:

词语用法

adj.(形容词)
  1. cool用作形容词的基本意思是“凉快的,凉爽的”,其温度低于warm高于cold,而给人的感觉多是令人惬意的。
  2. cool也可指颜色给人以凉爽感觉的、冷的,引申可表示人心境平和,即“冷静的,镇定的”,还可表示“冷漠的; 厚颜无耻的”。
  3. cool在俚语中还可作“令人愉快的,棒的”解,即流行语中的“酷”。
  4. cool也可用于钱、距离等数目之前以强调数目之大,可译作“整整的,不折不扣的”。
  5. cool在句中可用作定语、表语或宾语补足语。
  6. cool一般不用very修饰,“天气很凉”一般说nice and cool。
v.(动词)
  1. cool用作动词的意思是“使变凉,使凉下来”“冷却”,引申可指“冷静下来”。
  2. cool可用作及物动词,也可用作不及物动词。用作及物动词时,接名词或代词作宾语。
n.(名词)
  1. cool用作名词的意思是“凉爽”,引申可表示“平静”“镇静”。
  2. cool只用于单数形式,常与定冠词the连用。

词义辨析

adj.(形容词)
cool, chilly, cold
这三个词的共同意思是“温度低,冷的”。其区别是:
1.从温度上说, chilly最冷, cold次之, cool再次之。chilly指“寒冷”, cold指“冷”, cool指“凉爽”。
2.从人的心理上说, chilly是人所不愿; cold多指人所不愿、令人不快,也可指所期望的低温,为人所愿意; cool则多指温度宜人,令人感到舒服。例如:
I felt chilly in the wind.风吹得我感到寒冷。
He has only a cold drink on a hot day.在大热天里他只有一杯冷饮。
We hope for a cool day for the game.我们希望比赛那天天气凉爽。
3.用于人时,cool指心境平和、冷静, cold指冷落、不热情,而chilly则不仅指不热情,而且不友好,甚至“冷酷”。
cold cool chilly frosty freezing icy
这些形容词均含“冷、凉”之意。
  • cold:cold最普通用词,强调缺乏温暖,使人不舒服。
  • cool:cool指既不太热也不太冷。
  • chilly:chilly指使哆嗦的冷。
  • frosty:frosty指雾气在寒冷物体的表面凝结成薄冰时的严寒结霜的温度。
  • freezing:freezing指使人僵直,使东西凝固的冷。
  • icy:icy多指风暴、风雪和水等冷得使人感到如刺如割。

词源解说

  • ☆ 直接源自中古英语c的ol;最初源自古英语c的ol,意为冷,凉。

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cool : 沉着的,从 ...
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cool : 凉的,凉爽 ...
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