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    #1

    wait for cold water to warm up?

    When you get a cold pitcher of water from the fridge, and then realized that you don't like your water cold, do you set it on the table at room temperature and wait for it to warm up? Or do you wait for it to get less cold?
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    #2

    Re: wait for cold water to warm up?

    You wait for it to warm up. Although it gets less cold too, we wouldn't usually describe the change that way.
    I am not a teacher.

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