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    Diference between cool and cold

    Diference between cool and cold

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    Re: Diference between cool and cold

    Quote Originally Posted by NeiSushi View Post
    Diference between cool and cold
    Perhaps you could construct a full sentence/full question if you would like our help. What you have written does not constitute a sentence. It has no punctuation mark at the end so we have no idea if it's a statement or a question, and there is no subject or verb.

    It would be even better if your post involved the words "Please" and/or "Thank you".

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    Re: Diference between cool and cold

    I agree with emsr2d2.
    My guess is that it is a question.
    So, "cool" means "not very cold / fairly cold".
    You can say, "The morning air was cool (so we went for a walk in the park). / "It was a cold morning (so we decided not to go out)."
    Or: At the seaside - "The water is cool. Do come here and sit next to me." / "The water is cold. I'd rather sit in the sun."
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    Re: Diference between cool and cold

    5 degrees Celsius is cool. -10 degrees is cold.

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