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  1. Akinotaur

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    cool it To calm down or stop. This phrase can be used as an imperative exclamation or as a verb phrase in the middle of a sentence. Cool it! I want you two to stop fighting this instant! My muscles have been really sore, so I'm going to cool it with the weight lifting for a while. See also: cool Cool it! Inf. Calm down!; Take it easy! Don't get mad, Bob.
  2. Shaktizragore

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    Define cool. cool synonyms, cool pronunciation, cool translation, English dictionary definition of cool. adj. cool·er, cool·est 1. Neither warm nor very cold; moderately cold: fresh, cool water; a cool autumn evening. 2. Giving or suggesting relief from heat.
  3. Guzahn

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  4. Mugami

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    Cool Math has free online cool math lessons, cool math games and fun math activities. Really clear math lessons (pre-algebra, algebra, precalculus), cool math games, online graphing calculators, geometry art, fractals, polyhedra, parents and teachers areas too.
  5. Tomi

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  6. Jusida

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  7. Dokora

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    cool (v.) Old English colian, "to lose warmth," also figuratively, "to lose ardor;" cognate with Old Saxon kolon, Dutch koelen, Old High German chuolan, German kühlen, all from the root of cool (adj.). Transitive meaning "to cause to lose warmth, reduce the temperature of" is from late 14c. Related: Cooled; cooling. Figurative meaning "abate the intensity of" is from c.
  8. Mikakasa

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    Spoon COOL WHIP into slightly thickened gelatin, using the amount of COOL WHIP specified in the recipe. Gently stir the COOL WHIP into the gelatin until all the COOL WHIP has been incorporated and mixture is a uniform pastel color. Use this method in any recipe that calls for folding or gently stirring one ingredient into another.
  9. Grolmaran

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    Cool definition, moderately cold; neither warm nor cold: a rather cool evening. See more.

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