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Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "cold" im Spanisch Englisch Wörterbuch : 92 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
cold resfriado [adj]
cold frío [adj]
cold resfriado [m]
General
cold peste [f] NI CO PE BO
cold fiambre [adj]
cold fresco [adj]
cold fresca [adj]
cold descastado [adj]
cold despegado [adj]
cold catarro [m]
cold enfriamiento [m]
cold constipado [m]
cold resfrío [m] AMER
cold fría [adj/f]
cold descastada [adj/f]
cold despegada [adj/f]
cold rasca (coloquial) [f]
cold gripa [f]
cold gripe [f]
cold friura [f] DO VE rur.
cold monga [f] PR
cold aséptico [adj]
cold glacial [adj]
cold inamistoso [adj]
cold helador [adj]
cold insensible [adj]
cold álgido [adj]
cold elodio [adj] MX
cold helodia [adj] MX
cold ófrico [adj] BO:E,W AR:Nw cult
cold ófrico [adj] PE cult
cold revencúo [adj] CU
cold fresquete [m]
cold hielo [m] HN SV NI
cold quebranto [m] VE
cold constipación [f]
cold friura [f] rur. rare
cold fluxión [f]
cold helado [adj]
cold insulso [adj] fig.
cold esquivo [adj]
cold flemático [adj]
cold flojo [adj]
cold parado [adj]
cold seco [adj]
cold tibio [adj]
cold frío [m]
cold resfrío [m]
cold insulsa [adj/f] fig.
cold esquiva [adj/f]
cold seca [adj/f]
cold flemática [adj/f]
cold floja [adj/f]
cold tibia [adj/f]
cold parada [adj/f]
cold helada [adj/f]
cold enfriado [adj]
cold indiferente [adj]
cold reservado [adj]
cold serio [adj]
cold intratable [adj]
cold soso [adj]
cold desagradable [adj]
cold reservada [adj/f]
cold enfriada [adj/f]
cold seria [adj/f]
cold sosa [adj/f]
cold sin pasiones [loc/adj]
cold sin gracia ni energía [loc/adj]
Idioms
cold vestida de novia [adj] DO PR
Colloquial
cold rasca [f] ES
cold gangosera [f] SV
cold influencia [f] GT DO
cold resfriada [f] EC PE disused
cold helena [adj] PE teen
cold hielo [adj] EC
cold fricandol [m] CU
cold frijol [m] MX GT HN
cold ofri (de frío) [m] AR UY CL derog.
Law
cold impersonal [adj]
Engineering
cold sin tensión
cold en frío
Medicine
cold resfrío [m]
Psychology
cold gélido [adj]
Construction
cold desconectado [adj]
Dam Terms
cold helada [f]
Aeronautics
cold muerto [adj]
Energy
cold a baja temperatura
Literature
cold frígido [adj]
cold algente [adj]
cold frígida [adj/f]
Poetry
cold algente [adj]

Bedeutungen, die der Begriff "cold" mit anderen Begriffen im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch erhalten hat: 500 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
catch cold constiparse [v]
catch cold resfriarse [v]
cold working conformado [m]
cold-producing criógeno [m]
cold drink refresco [m]
cold chisel cortafríos [m]
cooked meats served cold during day of the dead (día de los muertos) fiambre [m]
cold storage conservación fría
General
in cold blood fríamente [adv]
cold sore calentura [f]
cold sore pupa [f]
have a cold estar acatarrado [v]
catch a cold acatarrarse [v]
get cold enfriarse [v]
get cold coger frío [v]
catch a cold coger un resfriado [v]
catch a cold apestarse [v] NI CO AR UY
catch a cold constiparse [v]
be cold tener frío [v]
be cold pasar frío [v]
catch cold coger frío [v]
feel cold tener frío [v]
have a cold estar resfriado [v]
turn cold resfriar [v]
catch a cold resfriarse [v]
ice-cold helado [adj]
with a cold catarroso [adj]
stiff with cold aterido [adj]
served cold fiambre [adj]
sensitive to cold friolero [adj]
cold-hearted desamorado [adj]
cold turkey pavo [m]
cold buffet lunch [m]
cold chisel cortafrío [m]
cold meat fiambre [m]
cold cut [us] fiambre [m]
cold vegetable soup gazpacho [m]
ice-cold helada [adj/f]
with a cold catarrosa [adj/f]
stiff with cold aterida [adj/f]
sensitive to cold friolera [adj/f]
cold-hearted desamorada [adj/f]
sensitive to cold friolento [adj]
cold highland páramo [m]
cold fish témpano (persona) [m]
cold cut fiambre [m]
common cold resfriado [m]
cold sore herpes [m]
cause a cold acatarrar [v]
catch a cold acatarrarse [v]
cause a cold agripar [v] MX CL
come down with a cold agriparse [v] MX SV CU CO
catch a cold aguarse [v]
catch a cold airearse [v]
cause a cold arromadizar [v]
get a cold arromadizarse [v]
get stiff with cold aterecerse [v]
very cold álgido [adj]
ice cold álgido [adj]
cold wind aire colado [m]
shivering from cold aterecimiento [m] disused
shivering from cold aterimiento [m]
very cold de mal abrigo [loc/adj] rare
very cold de mal abrigo [loc/adj]
in a cold or uncaring way fríamente [adv]
in cold blood a sangre fría [adv]
as cold as tan frío como [adv]
very cold place nevera [f]
cold cuts charcutería [f]
cold white drink made from tiger nuts horchata [f]
cold sore boquera [f]
cold-bloodedness impavidez [f]
bump (a cold sore) pupa [f]
head cold alergia [f] MX PR
tightness in the chest that makes it difficult to breathe (typically caused by a cold or the flu) apretazón [f] CR disused rur.
a refreshing herbal tea served cold, containing emollient properties agua de frescos [f] EC:S
hot and cold water faucet cachera [f] CR
cold cut, typically pork factura [f] UY
vessel for drinking tereré, cold yerba mate tea guampa [f] PY
person who prepares and sells cold cut sandwiches completera [f] CL
cold one helada [f] HN CO EC teen
cold one helada [f] PE BO
tough and fat-free beef leg, used to make salpicon cold beef salad mano de piedra [f] HN NI
cold nose nariz de chucho [f] HN
cold nose nariz de perro [f] HN NI
cold that causes cough and phlegm pechuguera [f] MX:Se
native of the páramo barren and cold andean area paramuna [f] CO
cracking of skin caused by wind and excessive cold paspa [f] EC AR:Nw BO:C,W
serving of food consisting of cold cuts or fried pork picalonga [f] DO
area of a department store where cold cuts are sold salchichonería [f] MX
cold of the mountains silampa [f] PA
refreshment made with toasted flour, cold water, and sugar ullpada [f] AR:Nw
get a cold enfriarse [v]
(coffee) get cold enfriarse (el café) [v]
(one's coffee) get cold enfriarse (el café) [v]
(coffee) go cold enfriarse (el café) [v]
(one's coffee) go cold enfriarse (el café) [v]
(one's finger) be numb with the cold entumecerse por el frío (los dedos) [v]
numb cold aterir [v]
get cold enfriarse [v]
curl up due to the cold acurrucarse [v]
make numb with cold arrecir [v]
become rigid from the cold aterirse [v]
grow cold resfriar [v]
huddle (away from cold) acurrucarse [v]
catch a cold constiparse [v]
become numbed by cold arrecirse [v]
be numbed by cold arrecirse [v]
suffer from cold resfriarse [v]
have a cold tener un resfriado [v]
be numb with cold estar helado de frío [v]
catch a cold pescar un resfriado [v]
catch a cold pillar un resfriado [v]
catch cold pillar un resfriado [v]
catch cold enfriarse [v]
catch cold coger un catarro [v] ES
catch cold coger un resfriado [v]
catch cold agarrar un resfriado [v]
pay cold cash pagar a tocateja [v]
be cold tener sangre fría [v]
be cold-blooded tener sangre fría [v]
was in/with cold water lavar en frío [v]
die of cold morir de frío [v]
catch cold coger la gripe [v]
shake with cold temblar de frío [v]
tremble with cold temblar de frío [v]
have a cold estar achuchado [v]
catch a cold coger un constipado [v]
have a cold shower ducharse con agua fría [v]
leave a person cold dejar frío a una persona [v]
take a cold shower ducharse con agua fría [v]
shower with a cold water ducharse con agua fría [v]
have a chest cold tener el pecho congestionado [v]
shivering from cold/fever achucharse [v] AR UY
shrink due to excessive cold (body) achucharrarse [v] AR
shrivel due to cold/fear/illness achucuyarse [v] GT
shuddering from cold/fever achucharse [v] AR UY
bring cold soup traer sopa fría [v]
catch an illness (especially a cold or the flu) apestar [v] NI CO AR UY
catch a cold apestarse [v] CO AR UY
curl against the cold apichonarse [v] AR UY
be cold arisquear [v] NI AR UY rur.
snuggle up against the cold apichonarse [v] AR UY
get cold feet avergonzarse [v] HN
blow hot and cold about ser indeciso [v]
becoming cold enfriarse [v]
blow hot and cold about dar una cal y otra de arena [v]
become cold volverse frío [v]
(in a relationship) to grow cold aguarse [v] DO VE
catch a cold amoquillarse [v] DO PR
get a cold amoquillarse [v] DO PR
shrink from cold/fear/pain amurrungarse [v] VE:W
catch a cold due to having been exposed to a rash (babies) anortarse [v] DO
faint from cold/numbness acangallarse [v] MX rur.
dress down the waiter for bringing cold soup regañar al camarero por traer la sopa fría [v]
drink cold beber algo frío [v]
drink cold water beber agua fría [v]
be out in the cold for hours estar a la intemperie durante horas [v]
be out in the cold estar a la intemperie [v]
drink something cold beber algo frío [v]
drink cold beber helado [v]
peel off part of one's skin after exposure to sunburn/cold despelecharse [v] BO
get cold culearse (del inglés to cool) [v] PR
add salt to cold minerals or magistral to hot minerals to combine them curtir [v] PR
acquire room temperature (an alcoholic drink normally consumed cold) chambrear (del francés) [v] CL teen
apply a cold compress aplicar una compresa fría [v]
shake because of cold or fear karkatir [v] BO:W,C
shake because of cold or fear katatir [v] BO:C
become numb from cold emparamarse [v] CO:C VE
become numb from cold emparamarse [v] EC rare
catch a cold enmongarse [v] PR
blue with cold amoratado [adj]
numb with cold aterido [adj]
cold sensitive friolero [adj]
sensitive to the cold friolero [adj]
cold as ice gélido [adj]
cold-blooded sin emoción [adj]
cold as ice frígido [adj]
ice-cold gélido [adj]
cold-blooded despiadado [adj]
cold-blooded de sangre fría [adj]
cold-blooded a sangre fría [adj]
stone-cold helado [adj]
having chills from cold or fever achuchado [adj] AR UY
shrunken due to excessive cold achucharrado [adj] AR
sick with a cold apestado [adj] BO
sick with a cold apestado [adj] NI CO VE AR UY
curled up against the cold apichonado [adj] AR UY
achy from a cold or the flu apolismado [adj] PR
snuggled up against the cold apichonado [adj] AR UY
feeling very cold arricado [adj] DO
caught a cold apestado [adj] US MX GT HN SV CR PA CU DO CO PE BO CL
having a cold apestado [adj] US MX GT HN SV CR PA CU DO CO PE BO CL
caught a cold agripado [adj] US MX GT HN SV CR PA CU DO CO PE BO CL
having a cold agripado [adj] US MX GT HN SV CR PA CU DO CO PE BO CL
shrunken from cold/fear/pain amurrungado [adj] VE
at room temperature when it is normally consumed cold (alcoholic drink) chambreado [adj] CL teen
having difficulty breathing due to asthma or a bad cold ajoguillado [adj] PR
with a cold catarriento [adj] MX HN SV NI PA CU BO CL
causing a cold catarriento [adj] MX
cold-causing catarriento [adj] MX
sensitive to cold frillento [adj] GT
pertaining to cold cut sandwiches completero [adj] CL
sick with a cold influenciado [adj] GT
as cold as tan frío como [adj]
ice-cold elodio [adj] MX
numb from the cold empalado [adj] CL
numb from cold emparamado [adj] CO VE
numb from cold emparamado [adj] EC rare
cold and dry (southwesterly winds in la pampa, buenos aires, and uruguay) pampero [adj] AR UY
pertaining to the páramo barren and cold andean area paramuno [adj] CO
native of the páramo barren and cold andean area paramuno [adj] CO
with a bad cold pestoso [adj] VE
skin disease caused by herpes producing cold sores on the face and body pinto [adj] MX
relating to cold cuts rotisero [adj] CL
cold-blooded zafio [adj] PE
very cold yerto [adj] PR rur.
brrr (cold) ¡achachau! (del quechua) [interj] EC
brrr (cold) ¡achachay! (del quechua) [interj] CO EC PE
brr (cold) ¡achichí! [interj] CL rare
brrr, it's cold! ¡arrarrau! [interj] EC rare
brrr, it's cold! ¡achachay! [interj] CO EC PE rare
cold turkey mono [m]
cold tomato soup gazpacho [m]
cold cuts embutido [m]
cold front frente frío [m]
cold cuts in a sandwich companaje [m]
cold meat embutido [m]
cold cuts fiambre [m]
cold person antipático [m]
extreme cold friíto  [m] DO GT
steam bath followed by friction, massage and a bath in cold water baño ruso [m] MX
bitterly cold frío extremo [m]
bitterly cold frío amargo [m]
bitterly cold extremadamente frío [m]
cold turkey due to lack of drugs agüirón [m] SV
cold sore bienteveo [m] GT HN SV NI
cold air that is believed to cause respiratory infections and earaches mal aire [m] VE EC
a respiratory disease in teenagers, characterized by nausea, paleness, cold sweating and low blood pressure mal aire [m] VE EC
dry cold frío seco [m]
bad cold dengue [m] PR
store where cold cuts are sold, typically at retail frial [m] BO
cold front friaje [m] PE
cold cut that comes in different sizes fiambre [m] CL rare
cold cut that comes in different sizes fiambre [m] PR BO PY
cold sore fogazo [m] NI
thick, cold, and refreshing drink made with rice, ground corn, or with fresh fruit pulp carato de guanábana [m] PR rur.
cold sores cativí [m] HN NI
freezing cold friíto [m] GT DO
cold sore fuego [m] GT HN SV NI CR CO EC
a cold drink made of ground rice or corn or the pulp of fresh fruits like pineapple or guava, dissolved in water and sweetened with sugar or raw cane sugar cordial de guanábana [m] PR VE
cold chisel cortafierro [m] PA PY AR UY
cold chisel cortahierro [m] PA PY AR UY
cold room (shrimp farming) cooler (inglesa) [m] HN rur.
bad cold concón [m] DO
person who prepares and sells cold cut sandwiches completero [m] CL
intense cold helazón [m] CR rare
intense cold helazón [m] HN SV NI
respiratory disease in children and teenagers, characterized by nausea, paleness, cold sweats, and low blood pressure malviento [m] EC
moonshine with cold water and sugar drac [m] BO:S
cold cuts matambre [m] BO PY AR UY
respiratory disease in children and teenagers, characterized by nausea, paleness, cold sweats, and low blood pressure malaire [m] EC
cold and strong northerly wind norte [m] MX UY GT HN SV NI rur.
intense cold pacheco [m] CR VE EC SV jail
cold, dry southwesterly winds in la pampa, buenos aires, and uruguay pampero [m] AR UY
barren and very cold place located in the andes páramo [m] CO VE EC PE BO
native of the páramo barren and cold andean area paramuno [m] CO
stomach contraction from drinking a cold liquid after a very hot meal pasmo de estómago [m] PR rur.
bad cold pestón [m] VE
very cold wind from the mountains penetro [m] CL
cold westerly wind from the andes puelche [m] CL
intense cold wind from the mountains raco [m] CL:N
common cold quebranto [m] VE
wool woven hat with earflaps, with multicolored drawings, used for the cold in the andean regions tucumán [m] PE
drink prepared with yerba mate and cold water with medicinal herb tereré [m] PY AR UY BO:N,E
cold sore timpiriche [m] SV
wave of damp cold that blows from the south, precipitating when hitting warm winds of the north sur [m] BO:E
wave of damp cold that blows from the south, precipitating when hitting warm winds of the north surazo [m] BO:E
intense cold tornillo [m] AR UY
cold fish vómito de perro [m] CU
cold-blooded person aguaemasa [m/f] CO
person with cracked and tanned skin due to cold kanka uya [m/f] BO:W
selection of cold sausages embutidos [m/pl]
cold meats fiambres [m/pl]
cold cuts, usually ham, turkey, or cheese, served on a tray cold cuts [m/pl] US PR
cold and strong northerly wind nortes [m/pl] CR
cold cuts carnes frías [f/pl] NI PA CO
cold cuts carnes frías [f/pl] BO
that'll be a cold day in hell de aquí y de allá, maría corre y juan gatea [expr] CU
cold-blooded despiadada [adj/f]
stone-cold helada [adj/f]
caught a cold apestada [adj/f] US MX GT HN SV CR PA CU DO CO PE BO CL
having a cold apestada [adj/f] US MX GT HN SV CR PA CU DO CO PE BO CL
caught a cold agripada [adj/f] US MX GT HN SV CR PA CU DO CO PE BO CL
having a cold agripada [adj/f] US MX GT HN SV CR PA CU DO CO PE BO CL
ice cold helodia [adj/f] MX
a cold day in july a la muerta de un obispo [loc/adv] NI EC PE BO
cold north wind cierzo
heavy cold trancazo
it is cold hace frío
a glass of cold water un vaso de agua fría
a massive cold front un potente frente frío
a slice of cold meat una loncha de carne fría
a slice of cold meat una lámina de carne fría
cold war guerra fría
cold front frente frío
cold mountain wind puna LAM
cold calling puerta fría
cold fusion fusión fría
cold dark matter materia oscura fría
cold wave ola de frío
cold sore calentura pupa
the cold war la guerra fría
cold wave ola de frío
cold wave oleada de frío
cold case cámara frigorífica (en un mercado)
cold shower ducha de agua fría...
cold weather tiempo frío
cold-pressed olive oil aceite de oliva prensado en frío
bitter cold un frío que pela
cold-blooded killer asesino frío
cold front gota fría
cold-blooded animal animal de sangre fría
cold remedy remedio para el resfriado
good and cold bien frío
ice cold bien frío
kind of cold-cream/cosmetic cerilla [f]
cold-cream crema [f]
cold feet espantada [f]
gentle cold frescura [f]
cold in horses resfriadura [f]
huddle up (from cold) acurrucarse [v]
muffle up (from cold) acurrucarse [v]
give a cold arromadizar [v]
catch cold arromadizarse [v]
grow stiff with cold aterirse [v]
fold oneself up (from cold) acorrucarse [v]
cause a cold constipar [v]
give one a cold constipar [v]
shiver with cold calofriarse [v]
get rid of a cold desacatarrarse [v] rare
die from exposure to the cold (in the extreme south) emparamarse [v] CO EC VE
cook meat to be eaten cold fiambrar [v] rare
grow cold enfriarse [v]
become numb with cold engarrotarse [v]
make cold resfriar [v]
begin to be cold resfriarse [v]
catch cold romadizarse [v]
be hoarse with cold ronquear [v]
shake with cold tiritar [v]
tremble (with cold/fear) titiritar [v]
shiver with cold calosfriarse [v]
catch cold acatarrarse [v]
suffering from cold constipado [adj]
shivering with cold calofriado [adj]
cold (air/draught) colado [adj]
having a cold catarroso [adj]
very sensitive to cold friolero [adj]
cold-hearted insensible [adj]
having a cold encatarrado [adj] disused
cold-served (as victuals) fiambre [adj]
benumbed with cold enjerido [adj] disused
numb from cold entelerido [adj]
extremely cold friísimo [adj]
having a cold acatarrado [adj]
used to express sensation of cold achachay [interj] EC
growing stiff or benumbed with cold aterimiento [m]
cold northerly wind cierzo [m]
cold north wind descuernacabras [m]
cold storage enfriadero [m]
north wind, especially when it is strong and cold matacabras [m]
strong cold wind polco [m]
exceedingly cold spot páramo [m] fig.
cold north-east wind zarzagán [m]
cold storage enfriador [m]
shivering with cold calofriada [adj/f]
having a cold catarrosa [adj/f]
having a cold encatarrada [adj/f] disused
benumbed with cold enjerida [adj/f] disused
numb from cold entelerida [adj/f]
cold (air/draught) colada [adj/f]
suffering from cold constipada [adj/f]
extremely cold friísima [adj/f]
very sensitive to cold friolera [adj/f]
having a cold acatarrada [adj/f]
cold steel arma blanca [f]
be cold hacer frío [v]
catch cold estar constipado [v]
get cold resfriarse [v]
get cold coger un resfriado [v]
get cold constiparse [v]
get cold estar constipado [v]
get cold acatarrarse [v]
take cold resfriarse [v]
take cold coger un resfriado [v]
take cold constiparse [v]
take cold estar constipado [v]
take cold acatarrarse [v]
throw cold water on desanimar [v]
blow hot and cold estar indeciso [v]
blow hot and cold vacilar [v]
grow cold enfriarse [v]
cold-blooded frígido [adj]
cold-blooded atroz [adj]
cold-blooded inhumano [adj]
cold-blooded cruel [adj]
cold-chisel cortafrío [m]
cold fit escalofrío [m]
cold chisel escoplo [m]
make one's blood run cold bajarse la sangre a los talones [expr]
cold-blooded frígida [adj/f]
cold-blooded inhumana [adj/f]
stone-cold frío como la piedra [loc/adj]
cold cream pomada para suavizar el cutis
Idioms
a cold day in july por la muerta de un obispo [adv] PR
a cold day in july cada muerte de obispo [adv] CR
in cold blood a sangre de pato [adv] CL AR
cold-hearted sangre de atol [f] NI
cold-hearted sangre de atole [f] MX
cold-blooded sangre de pato [f] CL rare
cold-blooded sangre de pato [f] PY AR UY
tall cold one rubia vestida de novia [f] DO
cold climate above 1800 m elevation tierra fría [f] CO VE
be cold blooded tener sangre fría [v]
blow hot and cold nadar entre dos aguas [v]
blow hot and cold mudarse a cualquier aire [v]
be cold no tener alma [v]
have ice-cold water in one's veins no tener alma [v]
be very cold hacer un frío que pela [v]
be very cold hacer un frío de perros [v]
someone's blood to run cold helársele a alguien la sangre [v]
cold-shoulder no prestar atención [v]
cold-shoulder ignorar [v]
cold-shoulder desdeñar [v]
take one's death of cold coger un resfriado [v]
take one's death of cold morirse de frío [v]
come in from the cold ser aceptado por un grupo o actividad [v]
come in from the cold ser admitido en el grupo [v]
come in from the cold ser aceptados por la sociedad [v]
come in out of the cold ser aceptado por la sociedad [v]
catch one's death of cold pillarse un resfrío del demonio [v]
catch one's death of cold coger un catarro de muerte [v]
catch somebody cold sorprender a alguien [v]
catch somebody cold pillar de improviso a alguien [v]
throw cold water on echar agua fría sobre [v]
throw cold water on something echar agua fría sobre algo [v]
throw cold water echar agua fría [v]
throw cold water on something ponerle paños fríos a algo [v]
throw cold water on something perder el entusiasmo por algo [v]
throw cold water on something ponerle trabas a algo [v]
take cold pillar un catarro [v] ES
catch cold pillar un catarro [v]
take cold enfriarse [v]
give the cold shoulder hacer el vacío [v]
dash cold water on something echar un jarro de agua fría sobre algo [v]
dash cold water on something descorazonar respecto de algo [v]
dash cold water on something quitar el entusiasmo por algo [v]
dash cold water on something poner paños fríos a algo [v]
die from the cold morirse de frío [v]
die of the cold morirse de frío [v]
feel hot and cold all over sorprenderse [v]
feel hot and cold all over sentir asombro [v]
feel hot and cold all over sentir desconcierto [v]
feel hot and cold all over quedarse frío [v]
give the cold shoulder to someone ignorar a alguien [v]
give the cold shoulder to someone tratar a alguien con frialdad [v]
bring somebody in from the cold admitir a alguien en el grupo [v]
go cold on enfriarse con respecto a [v]
go cold all over estar congelado [v]
go cold all over estar muerto de frío [v]
go cold on perder el entusiasmo por [v]
go cold on perder la motivación por [v]
go cold on desmotivarse en relación con [v]
go hot and cold all over sentir escalofríos [v]
go hot and cold all over estremecerse [v]
go hot and cold all over conmoverse [v]
give somebody a cold shoulder ignorar a alguien [v]
give somebody the cold shoulder ignorar a alguien [v]
give someone the cold shoulder ignorar a alguien [v]
put into cold storage dar carpetazo a algo [v]
give someone the cold shoulder dar de lado a alguien [v]
give someone the cold shoulder dar la espalda [v]
leave someone out in the cold dejar a alguien en la estacada [v]
leave someone out in the cold dejar a alguien en las astas del toro [v]
leave someone out in the cold dejar a alguien colgado [v]
leave someone out in the cold dejar a alguien tirado [v]
leave someone out in the cold dejar empantanado a alguien [v]
blow hot and cold deshojar la margarita [v]
quit smoking cold turkey dejar de fumar de golpe [v]
kill someone in cold blood matar a alguien a sangre fría [v]
come down with a cold agarrar un resfriado [v]
come down with a cold coger un resfriado [v] ES
be in a cold sweat estar muy atemorizado o muy preocupado [v]
be knocked out cold perder el conocimiento [v]
be left out in the cold quedar desamparado [v]
be left out in the cold quedarse en la estacada [v]
give the cold shoulder guardar las distancias [v]
be cold on deal haberse tragado alguien la escoba [v]
inure the body to cold hacer el cuerpo al frío [v]
be as cold as a witch's caress hacer un frío de cojones [v]