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cold

1. mod. [stopping something] suddenly and totally. I stopped cold—afraid to move further.
2. mod. dead. This parrot is cold—pifted!
3. mod. not good. The lecture was cold and dull.
4. mod. excellent. (Very cool.) That last pitch was cold, man.
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5c below normal, making it our coldest winter since 2013.
The coldest New Year's Eve in Times Square came in 1917, when it was 1 degree at midnight.
Moenjodaro was the coldest place in the province where the mercury fell to the mark of 3 degrees Celsius.
For those in the eastern half of the United States, the coldest day of the year is yet to come.
The coldest temperature in the UK on Sunday night was measured at -11.
6 A C , Delhi records second coldest in the decade Gurgaon recorded a minimum of 0.
Previous record holders for coldest brown dwarfs, also found by WISE and Spitzer, were about room temperature.
3 (degrees) bumps it into the fourth coldest,'' National Weather Service meteorologist Alan Dunham said.
Because apart from on the backs of all the men, there isn't a coat in sight even though it's held at the O2, a venue on possibly the windiest, coldest peninsula in the whole of London on probably the coldest night in January.
The news comes as weather experts confirmed the UK has gone through its coldest spring for more than 50 years.
The good weather comes as the UK looks on course to record its coldest spring for more than 50 years following another fortnight of below-average temperatures.
THE UK is on track for its coldest spring for more than 50 years following another fortnight of below average temperatures, according to provisional figures from the Met Office.
Summary: The world's coldest marathon has taken place at the North Pole.
Visitor attractions laid on Easter egg hunts, games, plus arts and crafts workshops as April's start tried to match the coldest March in 50 years.