Meaning of COLD in English

n. Function: adjective

1 marked by a deficiency of warmth FF1C; a cold day FF1E;

Synonyms: arctic, chill, chillsome, chilly, cool, freezing, frigid, frore, frosty, gelid, glacial, icy, nippy, shivery

Related Words: biting, bleak, chilling, cutting, nipping, polar, raw, sharp; frozen, iced, wintry; bracing, brisk, crisp, snappy

Contrasted Words: genial, mild

Antonyms: warm

2 lacking cordiality or emotional warmth FF1C; a cold greeting FF1E;

Synonyms: chill, emotionless, frigid, glacial, icy, indifferent, unemotional

Related Words: unenthusiastic, unresponsive, unsympathetic

Contrasted Words: cordial, friendly, genial, hearty, warm; empathic, sympathetic


Synonyms: MATTER-OF-FACT 3, cold-blooded, emotionless, impersonal, unimpassioned


Synonyms: FRIGID 3, inhibited, passionless, undersexed, unresponsive

Antonyms: hot


Synonyms: GLOOMY 3, black, bleak, cheerless, dismal, dispiriting, drear, joyless, oppressive, somber


Synonyms: DEAD 1, asleep, deceased, defunct, departed, exanimate, extinct, inanimate, late, lifeless


Synonyms: INSENSIBLE 2, comatose, inconscious, senseless, unconscious

Merriam Webster. Collegiate thesaurus English dictionary.      Английский энциклопедический толковый словарь тезауруса.