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cold  Noun
Plural: colds
  1. Translate "cold" to Spanish: frío, baja temperatura, rasca
    English Synonyms of "cold": chill, coldness, low temperature, chilliness
    Define meaning of "cold": The absence of heat. ; The sensation produced by low temperatures.
  2. The coldness made our breath visible.
    Come in out of the cold.
    Cold is a vasoconstrictor.
    He shivered from the cold.
    The cold helped clear his head.

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  3. Translate "cold" to Spanish: catarro, resfriado, resfrío, constipación, fluxión
    English Synonyms of "cold": head cold, common cold, cold in the head, chill, congestion, snuffle, catarrh, fluxion, rheum
    Define meaning of "cold": Inflammation of mucous membranes of the nose and throat.; A mild viral infection involving the nose and respiratory passages (but not the lungs).
  4. Will they never find a cure for the common cold?

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  5. Translate "cold" to Spanish: fresquíbilis, clima frío
    English Synonyms of "cold": cold climate, cold weather


  6. Translate "COLD" to Spanish: neumopatía obstructiva crónica
    English Synonyms of "COLD": chronic obstructive lung disease, chronic obstructive pneumonosis, chronic obstructive pneumopathy, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, COPD

cold  Adjective
  1. Translate "cold" to Spanish: frío, helado
    English Synonyms of "cold": cool, frost-bitten, chill, frozen, nippy, chilly, parky
    Define meaning of "cold": Used of physical coldness; having a low or inadequate temperature or feeling a sensation of coldness or having been made cold by e.g. ice or refrigeration.
  2. A cold climate.
    A cold room.
    Dinner has gotten cold.
    Cold fingers.

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  3. Translate "cold" to Spanish: frío, carente de emoción, cerrado, impersonal, sin sentimientos, tieso, despegado
    English Synonyms of "cold": devoid of emotion, emotionless, glassy, impersonal, lacking emotion, lacking excitement, stony
    Define meaning of "cold": Extended meanings; especially of psychological coldness; without human warmth or emotion.
  4. A cold unfriendly nod.
    A cold and unaffectionate person.
    A cold impersonal manner.
    Cold logic.
    The concert left me cold.

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  5. Translate "cold" to Spanish: frío, poco entusiasta
    English Synonyms of "cold": unenthusiastic, half-hearted, uninvolved
    Define meaning of "cold": Feeling or showing no enthusiasm. ; Extended meanings; especially of psychological coldness; without human warmth or emotion.
  6. A cold audience.
    A cold response to the new play.
    A cold unfriendly nod.
    A cold and unaffectionate person.
    A cold impersonal manner.
    Cold logic.
    The concert left me cold.

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  7. Translate "cold" to Spanish: frío, desapasionado, impasible, poco cariñoso, inapasionable
    English Synonyms of "cold": emotionless, free of emotion, stoney, stony, unemotional, flinty
    Define meaning of "cold": Feeling or showing no enthusiasm. ; Extended meanings; especially of psychological coldness; without human warmth or emotion.
  8. A cold audience.
    A cold response to the new play.
    A cold unfriendly nod.
    A cold and unaffectionate person.
    A cold impersonal manner.
    Cold logic.
    The concert left me cold.

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  9. Translate "cold" to Spanish: frío, desamorado, distante, frío de emociones, poco afectuoso, desafecto
    English Synonyms of "cold": without love, aloof, detached, distant, indifferent, standoffish, offish
    Define meaning of "cold": Extended meanings; especially of psychological coldness; without human warmth or emotion.
  10. A cold unfriendly nod.
    A cold and unaffectionate person.
    A cold impersonal manner.
    Cold logic.
    The concert left me cold.


  11. Translate "cold" to Spanish: sexualmente frío
    English Synonyms of "cold": sexually cold, undersexed
    Define meaning of "cold": Sexually unresponsive.
  12. Was cold to his advances.
    A frigid woman.

  13. Translate "cold" to Spanish: fiambre
    English Synonyms of "cold": served-cold

  14. Translate "cold" to Spanish: inconsciente
    English Synonyms of "cold": fainted, unconscious, flaked-out, out, out cold, out like a light


  15. Translate "cold" to Spanish: sin ensayo
    English Synonyms of "cold": without rehearsal

  16. Translate "cold" to Spanish: cruel
    English Synonyms of "cold": cruel, fierce, merciless, cold-blooded, ferocious, pitiless, ruthless, unkind
    Define meaning of "cold": Used of circumstances (especially weather) that cause suffering.; Lacking or showing kindness or compassion or mercy. ; Able or disposed to inflict pain or suffering. ; Causing suffering and pain.

  17. Translate "cold" to Spanish: álgido, en el cual el cuerpo se torna frío
    English Synonyms of "cold": in which the body turns cold, algid
    Define meaning of "cold": Used of physical coldness; having a low or inadequate temperature or feeling a sensation of coldness or having been made cold by e.g. ice or refrigeration.
  18. A cold climate.
    A cold room.
    Dinner has gotten cold.
    Cold fingers.


cold  Adverb
  1. Translate "cold" to Spanish: de un solo, de repente, en seco, zasca
    English Synonyms of "cold": all at once, all of a sudden, suddenly, unexpectedly, at a blow, at one stroke, clean
    Define meaning of "cold": Without warning.; All at the same time.

  2. Translate "cold" to Spanish: completamente
    English Synonyms of "cold": all, completely, entirely, fully, off, thoroughly, quite
    Define meaning of "cold": To a complete degree or to the full or entire extent ('whole' is often used informally for 'wholly').

Conceptually-related expressions of "cold"
a cold
a cold one
abnormal sensitivity to cold
anti-Pr cold autoagglutinin
be a cold comfort
be a little bit cold
be about to get a cold
be always cold
be cold
be cold-blooded
be cold comfort
be cold to
be cold weather
be cold with
be freezing cold
be freezingly cold
be getting cold
be going cold
be left cold
be left out in the cold
be numb with cold
be out cold
be perished with cold
be pinched with cold
be prone to getting a cold
be rather cold
be sensitive to cold
be starting to feel cold
be starting to get cold
be too cold
be very cold
beat cold
bent cold
benumbed with cold
bitterly cold
blow hot and cold
blue with cold
bring out of the cold
cap with earmuffs to protect from cold weather
catch a bad cold
catch a cold
catch a serious cold
catch cold
catch one's death of cold
chapped area on the skin caused by exposure to cold
chest cold
coat to keep one from the cold
coil for cold rolling
colder and colder
come in from the cold
common cold
common-cold virus
completely cold
contract a cold
cracked due to cold
cracking of the skin due to cold
cut drugs cold
cut drugs cold turkey
die of cold
Donath-Landsteiner cold autoantibody
expert in the technique of cold reading
extremely cold
fear of cold
feel cold
feeling very cold
flat screen where the electron emitters are controlled individually by cold cathodes
fog composed of small ice crystals formed in the air in extremely cold temperatures
formation of tiny ice crystals over the surface of still water or plants exposed to freezing cold
fragile when cold
freezing cold
get a cold
get a cold reception
get cold
get cold feet
give the cold shoulder
go cold on
go cold turkey
go hot and cold
go out in the cold
God send cold after clothes
God sends cold after clothes
good words cool more tan cold water
great cold
grow cold on
grow colder
grow stiff with cold
guard from cold
gull-like predatory bird of the genus Stercorarius living in cold seas
have a cold
have cold feet
have it down cold
head cold
hemagglutinating cold autoantibody
hooded fur coat for extremely cold weather
hot-and-cold
hot and cold shiver
hot-cold hemolysis
hot-cold lysis
ice-cold
in a bitter cold
in an icy cold
in cold blood
in cold numbers
in cold storage
in which the body turns cold
injure by excessive cold
intense cold
irrational fear of cold
it is cold
it's a little bit cold
it's damn cold
it's freezing cold
it's very cold
keep best from the cold
keep from the cold
keep to the cold facts
knock cold
knock out cold
leave cold
leave out in the cold
localized damage caused to skin or other tissues due to extreme cold
look at in a cold
lowermost layer of water in a lake that is noncirculating and remains perpetually cold
moderately cold
morbid fear of cold temperatures
multilayered rectangular loaf baked or cooked in a bain-marie and served cold
nice cold
numbness caused by cold
out cold
paradoxical cold
paroxysmal cold hemoglobinuria
pass out cold
perish with cold
perished with cold
phobia of cold
piece of cloth soaked in cold water
pinched with cold
pork cold meats
prepare for cold weather
refuse cold
revenge is a plate best eaten cold
rose cold
running cold
Salisbury common cold virus
sensitive to cold
sensitive to the cold
serve cold
served-cold
sexually cold
shiver from cold
shiver with cold
short spell of cold weather
soft lightweight boot for cold weather
somewhat cold
spell of cold weather
spell of very cold weather
start from cold
stiff from cold
stiff with cold
sting with cold
stone-cold
stone-cold sober
stop cold
suffer cold
suffer from a cold
suffer from cold
suffer from cold weather
suffering from a cold
take cold
take one's death of cold
talk cold turkey
thoroughly cold
treatment of disease with cold temperatures
treatment which uses extreme cold
tremble with cold
turn down cold
typical pork cold cuts
unable to withstand very cold weather
very cold
very cold indeed
very cold place
very cold weather
very intense cold
warm-cold hemolysin
warm heart cold hands
wash in cold water
wave of cold weather
which has equal degrees of cold
which makes cold
which produces cold
with a cold
with a cold stare
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