“Cool” VS “Cold”
💡DO YOU KNOW?
Do you know the difference between “Cold” and “Cool”?
Do not mix them up. Here are some useful explanations for you:
adjective, cooler, coolest.
📎moderately cold; neither warm nor cold
Example: a rather cool evening.
📎not excited; calm; composed; under control
Example: to remain cool in the face of disaster.
adjective, colder, coldest.
📎having a relatively low temperature; having little or no warmth
Example: cold water; a cold day.
📎feeling an uncomfortable lack of warmth; chilled
Example: The skaters were cold.
📎not affectionate, cordial, or friendly; unresponsive
Example: a cold reply; a cold reception.
📍They can be interchangeable in some situations but cool and cold have their own temperatures. Cool is in-between Cold and warm. Cold is in-between Cool and Freezing.