Cooling

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Cool • (p.a.) Adapted to cool and refresh; allaying heat.
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cooling

chilling noun the process of becoming cooler; a falling temperature
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Cooling

Cool'ing p. adjective Adapted to cool and refresh; allaying heat. 'The cooling brook.' Goldsmith. Cooling card , something that dashes hopes. [ Obsolete] -- Cooling time (Law) , such a lapse of time as ought, taking all the circumstances of the case...
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cooling

a procedure by means of which heat resulting from losses occurring in a machine is given up to a primary coolant which may be continuously replaced or may itself be cooled by a secondary coolant in a heat exchanger
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cooling

continuous or gradual decrease of the temperature of an entity
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Cooling

Cooling systems normally involve evaporating water to lower the temperature of the pigs. Generally used only for the breeding-gestation herd. Cooling also takes place by air movement in hot weather.
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Cooling

Cooling systems normally involve evaporating water to lower the temperature of the pigs. Generally used only for the breeding-gestation herd. Cooling also takes place by air movement in hot weather.
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cooling

[adj] - providing coolness 2. [n] - the process of becoming cooler
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