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Pronunciation of Coolly: Learn how to pronounce Coolly in English correctly

Learn how to say Coolly correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word cool:

adjective
1of or at a fairly low temperature:
it’ll be a cool afternoon
the wind kept them cool
soothing or refreshing because of its low temperature:
a long, cool glass of orange juice
(especially of clothing) keeping one from becoming too hot:
a cool cotton dress
(of a colour) containing pale blue, green, or grey tones:
the bathroom was all glass and cool, muted blues
2showing no friendliness towards a person or enthusiasm for an idea or project:
he gave a cool reception to the suggestion for a research centre
free from excitement, anxiety, or excessive emotion:
he prided himself on keeping a cool head
she seems cool, calm, and collected
(of jazz) restrained and relaxed.
3 informal fashionably attractive or impressive:
youngsters are turning to smoking because they think it makes them appear cool
excellent:
[as exclamation]:
our office was a sunny room with a computer you didn’t even have to plug in. Cool!
used to express acceptance of or agreement with something:
if people want to freak out at our clubs, that’s cool
I told Bill that I was going to write the final draft of the script and he was cool with that
4 (a cool ——) informal used to emphasize the size of an amount of money:
research for a new drug can cost a cool £50 million
noun
[mass noun]
1 (the cool) a fairly low temperature:
the cool of the night air
a time or place at which the temperature is pleasantly low:
the cool of the day
2calmness; composure:
he recovered his cool and then started laughing at us
3the quality of being fashionably attractive or impressive:
all the cool of high fashion
verb
become or make less hot:
[no object]:
we dived into the river to cool off
[with object]:
cool the pastry for five minutes
become or make calm or less excited:
[no object]:
after I’d cooled off, I realized I was being irrational
[with object]:
George was trying to cool him down
[no object] (cool out) chiefly West Indian relax:
a dreamy spot full of sunshine and sea where you could cool out and detox: