cold


cold
I
adj.
of a low temperature

1) biting, bitter, bitterly cold (it was bitter cold)

2) cold to (cold to the touch)

unfriendly

3) cold towards

II
n.
low temperature

1) biting, bitter, extreme, intense, severe cold

2) the cold has let up

illness

3) to catch, come down with, contract a cold

4) to have; nurse a cold; to suffer from a cold

5) to fight off, shake off, throw off a cold

6) a bad, severe; lingering; slight cold

7) the common cold; a chest; head cold

* * *
[kəʊld]
a chest
come down with
contract a cold
head cold
intense
lingering
nurse a cold
severe cold
shake off
slight cold
throw off a cold
to suffer from a cold
bitterly cold (it was bitter cold)
['illness'] to catch
['low temperature'] biting
['unfriendly'] cold towards
a bad
the common cold
the cold has let up
to fight off
to have
cold to (cold to the touch)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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