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Experiments with IPA
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- oko n, oči pl
- ok stem
- očí gen pl
- declension pattern mesto
second (see also the translations for derived terms)
Experiments with intendation
- Having a slightly low temperature; mildly or pleasantly cold.
- Of a person, not showing emotion.
- (colloquial) Of a person, knowing what to do and how to behave in any situation.
- The earliest use of the word in this way seems to be in Wilkie Collins' "The Moonstone" 1868:
- "She has been a guest of yours at this house," I answered. "May I venture to suggest — if nothing was said about me beforehand — that I might see her here?"
- "Cool!" said Mr. Bruff. With that one word of comment on the reply that I had made to him, he took another turn up and down the room.
- "In plain English," he said, "my house is to be turned into a trap to catch Rachel ...
- (colloquial) In fashion.
- "Jordan is very cool," Matt stated, "even cooler than me!"
- (colloquial) Of an action, all right, acceptable, that does not present a problem.
- (colloquial) Of a person, not upset by circumstances that might ordinarily be upsetting.
- I'm completely cool about my girlfriend leaving me.