Cool it!

cool it

To calm down or stop. This phrase can be used as an imperative exclamation or as a verb phrase in the middle of a sentence. Cool it! I want you two to stop fighting this instant! My muscles have been really sore, so I'm going to cool it with the weight lifting for a while.
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Cool it!

Inf. Calm down!; Take it easy! Don't get mad, Bob. Cool it! Cool it, you guys! No fighting around here.
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Cool it!

exclam. Calm down! Come on, cool it, man!
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