cold one

cold one

A cold glass, can, or bottle of beer. There's nothing better than a couple cold ones after a hard day's work. Pass me another cold one there, Jim.
See also: cold, one
References in classic literature ?
The winter that we spent in those tents was an intensely cold one, and we suffered severely--how much I am sure General Armstrong never knew, because we made no complaints.
The dinner, which was a cold one, had already been served, and remained neglected on the table while I told my story.
He and his companions were given hot coffee, and indeed, even gloved as they were, the job had been a cold one.
Crack open a cold one and enjoy having clean toilets at home.
Takes 54 Minutes of Work for a Beer in Lebanon For those working in Lebanon at a minimum wage job, it'll take you about an hour to earn up enough to throw back a cold one.
Storms will be triggered when that front meets a cold one coming in off the Atlantic.
Q I'M having a nightmare because it's cold one moment, hot the next.
They used optical images to probe the warm gas - at slightly higher temperatures than the cold one detected with Herschel, and X-ray data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory to trace the hot gas, up to tens of millions of K.
If you want a cold one you'll have to find a liquor store or grab one at a bar or restaurant.
It turned out that hot mazut spilt when workers of the refinery had to pour 60 tons of hot mazut into 200 tons of cold one.
Amazing people that are passionate about beer, a gritty home-town work ethic and a never say never when presented with a cold one after a sun-up to sun-down day.
You might be cold one minute and hot the next, and wearing several layers, like a T-shirt, sweatshirt, and dressing gown, makes it easy to add or remove clothes as needed.
Be sure you're clipping the gates while, odds are, your competitor's lounging at the base sipping a cold one.
So it's nice to catch you in person for a cold one.
His family and friends will miss spending time with him in his garage, having a cold one.