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Definition of "cool down" [cool down]

  • To become cooler, to be reduced in temperature. (verb)
  • To cause the temperature of an item to decrease. (verb)
  • To become less agitated. (verb)
  • To cause to become less agitated. (verb)

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Use "cool down" in a sentence
  • "Fans moved in synchronized rhythm either to the beat of the fast-paced, hallelujah-shouting music or to cool down the sweat of the “private summers” the young fifty-something women had found themselves entrenched in."
  • "The plane stopped alongside the airstairs at the entry to the hangar, its nose section poking into the actual hangar it had to cool down outside for a few hours before it could be brought fully inside for storage."
  • "Cleansed, scented, hair wet and cool down the length of my spine, I feel like a goddess, jailed in her Olympus."
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