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    Question Difference between "cold fish" and "to be as cold as cucumber"

    Hi

    Would you please let me know the difference between "cold fish" and "to be as cold as cucumber"? Are they synonyms?

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    Re: Difference between "cold fish" and "to be as cold as cucumber"

    You're thinking of the term "cool as a cucumber", which doesn't actually refer to temperature at all.
    I've never heard of the term "cold fish".

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