Idiom: Cold shoulder
Meaning: If you give or show someone the cold shoulder, you are deliberately unfriendly and unco-operative towards them.Country: International English | Subject Area: Body and bodily functions | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Blow hot and cold
- Cold sweat
- Cold feet
- Cold turkey
- In cold blood
- Cold fish
- Cold light of day
- Chip on your shoulder
- As cold as stone
- Straight from the shoulder
- Cold day in hell
- Put your shoulder to the wheel
- Go down like a cup of cold sick
- As cold as ice
- Stop cold
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