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to cool down

  • 1 refrescarse

    1 (gen) to cool down, cool off; (lavarse) to freshen up; (tomar el fresco) to get a breath of fresh air
    2 (beber) to have a cold drink
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    VPR
    1) (=tomar el aire) to go out for a breath of fresh air
    2) (=lavarse) to freshen up
    3) (=beber) to have a drink; And, esp Col (=tomar té) to have tea
    * * *
    (v.) = cool down, cool off
    Ex. The samples were then fried in palm oil for 5 min and then left to cool down for 0, 1, 3 or 6 min.
    Ex. But in a lot of Seattle neighborhoods, a kid looking for a wading pool to cool off in is out of luck.
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    (v.) = cool down, cool off

    Ex: The samples were then fried in palm oil for 5 min and then left to cool down for 0, 1, 3 or 6 min.

    Ex: But in a lot of Seattle neighborhoods, a kid looking for a wading pool to cool off in is out of luck.

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    ■refrescarse verbo reflexivo to cool down
    ' refrescarse' also found in these entries:
    English:
    cool down
    - cool off
    - stiffen
    - cool
    - nothing
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    vpr
    1. [enfriarse] to cool down;
    voy a darme una ducha para refrescarme I'm going to have a shower to cool off
    2. [tomar aire fresco] to get a breath of fresh air
    3. [mojarse con agua fría] to splash oneself down
    4. Informát to refresh
    * * *
    v/r cool down

    Spanish-English dictionary > refrescarse

  • 2 templarse

    1 (contenerse) to restrain oneself, control oneself
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    VPR
    1) [agua, ambiente] (=calentarse) to warm up, get warm; (=enfriarse) to cool down
    2) [persona] to be moderate, act with restraint
    3) And, CAm (=morir) to die, kick the bucket *
    4) Caribe, Méx (=huir) to flee
    5) And, Caribe (=emborracharse) to get tipsy
    6) Cono Sur (=enamorarse) to fall in love
    7) Cono Sur (=excederse) to go too far, overstep the mark
    8)

    templárselas And to stand firm

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    vpr
    1. [entibiarse] [lo frío] to warm (up);
    [lo caliente] to cool (down);
    deja que se temple el café un poco wait until the coffee cools down a little
    2. [calmarse] [nervios, ánimos] to calm down;
    [voz] to soften; [persona] to control oneself
    3. Chile [enamorarse] to fall in love
    4. Ecuad, Guat, Hond [morir] to die
    * * *
    vr
    1) : to be moderate
    2) : to warm up, to cool down

    Spanish-English dictionary > templarse

  • 3 asunto delicado

    m.
    touchy subject, delicate matter, hot potato, sore spot.
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    (n.) = sore subject, sore spot, sore point, sensitive issue, hot potato
    Ex. This probably has more to do with that and the fact that the movie is about Hitler, which is still a sore subject in Germany.
    Ex. Hence comparison is known to be a sore spot for men because it challenges their ego and masculinity.
    Ex. The sore points in most marriages are money, sex and children.
    Ex. The hectic pace of developments in IT applications has raised many sensitive issues for educators.
    Ex. When you're handed a hot potato such as the sickly economy, as is the case with President Obama, the responsible solution is to let it cool down.
    * * *
    (n.) = sore subject, sore spot, sore point, sensitive issue, hot potato

    Ex: This probably has more to do with that and the fact that the movie is about Hitler, which is still a sore subject in Germany.

    Ex: Hence comparison is known to be a sore spot for men because it challenges their ego and masculinity.
    Ex: The sore points in most marriages are money, sex and children.
    Ex: The hectic pace of developments in IT applications has raised many sensitive issues for educators.
    Ex: When you're handed a hot potato such as the sickly economy, as is the case with President Obama, the responsible solution is to let it cool down.

    Spanish-English dictionary > asunto delicado

  • 4 comunicado interno

    Ex. Whilst they grumbled about it in internal memos they decided to lie low and let the matter cool down.
    * * *

    Ex: Whilst they grumbled about it in internal memos they decided to lie low and let the matter cool down.

    Spanish-English dictionary > comunicado interno

  • 5 resistente al agua

    (adj.) = water resistant
    Ex. Their suntan creams are also water resistant -- which is handy if you're on holiday in a very hot country and need to keep getting in and out of the pool or sea just to cool down.
    * * *

    Ex: Their suntan creams are also water resistant -- which is handy if you're on holiday in a very hot country and need to keep getting in and out of the pool or sea just to cool down.

    Spanish-English dictionary > resistente al agua

  • 6 tema candente

    m.
    hot- button issue, hot issue, hot button.
    * * *
    (n.) = hot topic, hot issue, burning issue, burning question, hot potato
    Ex. Futurology has become a hot topic in today's world, particularly for managers.
    Ex. The problems of piracy, misappropriation and counterfeiting of intellectual property rights are a hot issue in international trade.
    Ex. Literacy teaching is not a burning issue in library education but it warrants attention.
    Ex. A panel of experts representing the various sectors of the serials industry -- librarians, publishers, and subscription agents -- gave participants the chance to answer a number of burning questions.
    Ex. When you're handed a hot potato such as the sickly economy, as is the case with President Obama, the responsible solution is to let it cool down.
    * * *
    (n.) = hot topic, hot issue, burning issue, burning question, hot potato

    Ex: Futurology has become a hot topic in today's world, particularly for managers.

    Ex: The problems of piracy, misappropriation and counterfeiting of intellectual property rights are a hot issue in international trade.
    Ex: Literacy teaching is not a burning issue in library education but it warrants attention.
    Ex: A panel of experts representing the various sectors of the serials industry -- librarians, publishers, and subscription agents -- gave participants the chance to answer a number of burning questions.
    Ex: When you're handed a hot potato such as the sickly economy, as is the case with President Obama, the responsible solution is to let it cool down.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tema candente

  • 7 tema delicado

    m.
    sore point, tender point, delicate matter, tender issue.
    * * *
    (n.) = sore subject, sore spot, sore point, sensitive issue, hot potato
    Ex. This probably has more to do with that and the fact that the movie is about Hitler, which is still a sore subject in Germany.
    Ex. Hence comparison is known to be a sore spot for men because it challenges their ego and masculinity.
    Ex. The sore points in most marriages are money, sex and children.
    Ex. The hectic pace of developments in IT applications has raised many sensitive issues for educators.
    Ex. When you're handed a hot potato such as the sickly economy, as is the case with President Obama, the responsible solution is to let it cool down.
    * * *
    (n.) = sore subject, sore spot, sore point, sensitive issue, hot potato

    Ex: This probably has more to do with that and the fact that the movie is about Hitler, which is still a sore subject in Germany.

    Ex: Hence comparison is known to be a sore spot for men because it challenges their ego and masculinity.
    Ex: The sore points in most marriages are money, sex and children.
    Ex: The hectic pace of developments in IT applications has raised many sensitive issues for educators.
    Ex: When you're handed a hot potato such as the sickly economy, as is the case with President Obama, the responsible solution is to let it cool down.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tema delicado

  • 8 tratar de no llamar la atención

    (v.) = keep + a low profile, lie + low
    Ex. The author outlines reasons why librarians have in the past kept a low profile in similar situations.
    Ex. Whilst they grumbled about it in internal memos they decided to lie low and let the matter cool down.
    * * *
    (v.) = keep + a low profile, lie + low

    Ex: The author outlines reasons why librarians have in the past kept a low profile in similar situations.

    Ex: Whilst they grumbled about it in internal memos they decided to lie low and let the matter cool down.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tratar de no llamar la atención

  • 9 tratar de pasar desapercibido

    (v.) = keep + a low profile, lie + low
    Ex. The author outlines reasons why librarians have in the past kept a low profile in similar situations.
    Ex. Whilst they grumbled about it in internal memos they decided to lie low and let the matter cool down.
    * * *
    (v.) = keep + a low profile, lie + low

    Ex: The author outlines reasons why librarians have in the past kept a low profile in similar situations.

    Ex: Whilst they grumbled about it in internal memos they decided to lie low and let the matter cool down.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tratar de pasar desapercibido

  • 10 tratar de pasar inadvertido

    (v.) = keep + a low profile, lie + low
    Ex. The author outlines reasons why librarians have in the past kept a low profile in similar situations.
    Ex. Whilst they grumbled about it in internal memos they decided to lie low and let the matter cool down.
    * * *
    (v.) = keep + a low profile, lie + low

    Ex: The author outlines reasons why librarians have in the past kept a low profile in similar situations.

    Ex: Whilst they grumbled about it in internal memos they decided to lie low and let the matter cool down.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tratar de pasar inadvertido

  • 11 entibiarse

    • become lukewarm
    • cool down

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > entibiarse

  • 12 calmarse

    1 (persona) to calm down
    2 (dolor etc) to abate, ease off
    * * *
    * * *
    VPR
    1) [persona] to calm down

    ¡cálmese! — calm down!

    2) (Meteo) [viento] to drop; [olas] to calm down

    calmarse las aguas —

    3) (Econ) [mercado] to settle down
    * * *
    (v.) = cool off, subside, take it + easy, chill out, quieten down, wind down
    Ex. But he was wiry and wily, too, and he would often hide in some nook of the station to save the fare, or riding, if necessary, till things cooled off and the world above became habitable again.
    Ex. Her agitation subsided suddenly.
    Ex. The next morning I wasn't sore at all (since I had taken it easy) but both Jason and I had second-degree sun and wind burns.
    Ex. The author tells us that everyone is in too much of a rush and we should all chill out and savour the passing parade a bit more.
    Ex. In this illustrated book, children are encouraged to make a racket before slowly quietening down for a sound night's sleep.
    Ex. Then he started to wind down a bit and I felt like we were moving toward the topic he had been avoiding all week.
    * * *
    (v.) = cool off, subside, take it + easy, chill out, quieten down, wind down

    Ex: But he was wiry and wily, too, and he would often hide in some nook of the station to save the fare, or riding, if necessary, till things cooled off and the world above became habitable again.

    Ex: Her agitation subsided suddenly.
    Ex: The next morning I wasn't sore at all (since I had taken it easy) but both Jason and I had second-degree sun and wind burns.
    Ex: The author tells us that everyone is in too much of a rush and we should all chill out and savour the passing parade a bit more.
    Ex: In this illustrated book, children are encouraged to make a racket before slowly quietening down for a sound night's sleep.
    Ex: Then he started to wind down a bit and I felt like we were moving toward the topic he had been avoiding all week.

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    ■calmarse verbo reflexivo
    1 (una persona) to calm down: esta tos no se me calma con nada, nothing can relieve my sore throat
    2 (dismunir, apaciguarse) to ease off: salimos cuando se calmó la tormenta, we went out when the storm had died down
    ' calmarse' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    apaciguarse
    - calmar
    - serenarse
    - tranquilizar
    English:
    blow over
    - calm
    - cool down
    - cool off
    - moderate
    - pull together
    - settle
    - settle down
    - simmer down
    - wear off
    - abate
    - cool
    - die
    - ease
    - pull
    - quieten
    - subside
    * * *
    vpr
    1. [persona, ánimos, situación] to calm down, to quieten down
    2. [dolor, tempestad] to abate;
    [fiebre] to subside; [wind] to die down
    * * *
    v/r calm down
    * * *
    vr
    : to calm down
    * * *
    calmarse vb to calm down
    ¡cálmate! calm down!

    Spanish-English dictionary > calmarse

  • 13 sosegarse

    1 (calmarse) to calm down
    * * *
    VPR (=calmarse) to calm down; (=aquietarse) to quieten down
    * * *
    (v.) = cool off
    Ex. But he was wiry and wily, too, and he would often hide in some nook of the station to save the fare, or riding, if necessary, till things cooled off and the world above became habitable again.
    * * *
    (v.) = cool off

    Ex: But he was wiry and wily, too, and he would often hide in some nook of the station to save the fare, or riding, if necessary, till things cooled off and the world above became habitable again.

    * * *

    ■sosegarse verbo reflexivo to calm down
    * * *
    vpr
    1. [persona] to calm down
    2. [aguas] to grow calm
    * * *
    v/r calm down

    Spanish-English dictionary > sosegarse

  • 14 desenconarse

    1 figurado to cool off, calm down
    * * *
    VPR
    1) (=calmarse) [odio] to die down; [persona] to calm down
    2) [inflamación] to die down, go down

    Spanish-English dictionary > desenconarse

См. также в других словарях:

  • Cool Down the Pace — Single by Mattafix from the album Signs of a Struggle …   Wikipedia

  • cool down — or[cool off] {v.} To lose or cause to lose the heat of any deep feeling (as love, enthusiasm, or anger); make or become calm, cooled or indifferent; lose interest. * /A heated argument can be settled better if both sides cool down first./ * /John …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • cool down — or[cool off] {v.} To lose or cause to lose the heat of any deep feeling (as love, enthusiasm, or anger); make or become calm, cooled or indifferent; lose interest. * /A heated argument can be settled better if both sides cool down first./ * /John …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • cool\ down — • cool down • cool off v To lose or cause to lose the heat of any deep feeling (as love, enthusiasm, or anger); make or become calm, cooled or indifferent; lose interest. A heated argument can be settled better if both sides cool down first. John …   Словарь американских идиом

  • Cool-down — [ku:l daʊn], das; s, s [zu engl. to cool down, eigtl. = [sich] abkühlen] (Sport): Gesamtheit von Übungen am Ende einer Trainingseinheit, die der Entspannung der Muskulatur u. der Abkühlung dienen …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Cool-down — auch: Cool|down 〈[ku:ldaʊn] n.; Gen.: od. s; Pl.: unz.; Sport〉 Regenerationsphase bzw. programm zur Abkühlung u. Lockerung der beanspruchten Muskelpartien nach langer, intensiver sportlicher Betätigung [Etym.: engl., »Abkühlen«] …   Lexikalische Deutsches Wörterbuch

  • cool-down — [ko͞ol′doun΄] n. the act or an instance of gradually slowing or cooling down after vigorous exercise * * * …   Universalium

  • cool-down — [ko͞ol′doun΄] n. the act or an instance of gradually slowing or cooling down after vigorous exercise …   English World dictionary

  • Cool-down — [ku:l daʊn], das; s, s <englisch> (Sport Entspannungsübung[en] am Ende eines Trainings) …   Die deutsche Rechtschreibung

  • Cool Down — Unter Cool Down (engl.: Abkühlung, herunterkühlen) versteht man im Sport das Ende einer Trainingseinheit, bei der der Kreislauf wieder heruntergefahren werden soll. Cool down ist das Gegenstück zum „Warm Up“  dem Aufwärmen.… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • cool down — phrasal verb [intransitive/transitive] Word forms cool down : present tense I/you/we/they cool down he/she/it cools down present participle cooling down past tense cooled down past participle cooled down 1) same as cool II, 1) We had to wait… …   English dictionary

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