Translation: from spanish

we were very cold

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  • cold — cold1 W1S1 [kəuld US kould] adj comparative colder superlative coldest ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(objects/surfaces/liquids/rooms)¦ 2¦(weather)¦ 3 be/feel/look/get cold 4¦(food)¦ 5¦(lacking feeling)¦ 6 get/have cold feet 7 give somebody the cold shoulder …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • cold — 1 adjective 1 OBJECTS/SURFACES/LIQUIDS/ROOMS ETC having a low temperature: a blast of cold air | We slept on the cold ground. | feel cold: The office always feels so cold first thing on Monday morning. | ice/stone/freezing cold (=very cold): The… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • cold — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 lack of heat; low temperature ADJECTIVE ▪ biting, bitter, extreme, freezing ▪ winter VERB + COLD ▪ feel …   Collocations dictionary

  • Cold wave of 1978 — The cold wave of 1978 was a weather event that occurred in the United States and parts of North America. The cold wave, which began in December 1977, produced one of the coldest winters on record. Contents 1 Timeline 1.1 December 1.2 January 1.3 …   Wikipedia

  • cold — I UK [kəʊld] / US [koʊld] adjective Word forms cold : adjective cold comparative colder superlative coldest *** Other ways of saying that the weather is cold: cool slightly cold, but often in a pleasant and comfortable way, especially during hot… …   English dictionary

  • very — ve|ry1 W1S1 [ˈveri] adv 1.) [+ adjective/adverb] used to emphasize an adjective, adverb, or phrase ▪ It feels very cold today. ▪ The fishing industry is very important to the area. ▪ The traffic s moving very slowly this morning. ▪ problems that… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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