A device, container, or room that cools or keeps cool.(noun)
A cold drink, often a mixture of white wine and juice.(noun)
Slang A jail.(noun)
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Use "cooler" in a sentence
"It spent some time today in a cold, what they call a cooler eddy (ph) of water and it had some eye fall reformation, which allowed it to kind of weaken a little bit, so it dropped from that five to a four."
"Freidman said it took nearly three hours to perfect Kardashian's hue, which she described as a "cooler, chocolate-y brown" with "sun-kissed streaks that are close to her childhood color.""
"When it's hot, wading a smallie river with a few friends, not worrying about cost or putting meat in the cooler, is perhaps the most enjoyable day I can think of."