Идиомы и фразеологизмы английского со словом cold. Страница три

Словосочетания со словом cold. Страница три

knock cold
To render unconscious.
The blow on the chin knocked Harry cold.
out cold
Unconscious; in a faint.
The ball hit Dick in the head and knocked him out cold for ten minutes.
They tried to lift Mary when she fell down, but she was out cold.
out in the cold
leave out in the cold
Alone; not included.
All the other children were chosen for parts in the play, but Johnny was left out in the cold.
Everybody made plans for Christmas Day and Mary found herself out in the cold.
pass out cold
To fall asleep, faint, or lose consciousness. To drop into a drunken stupor; become unconscious from drink.
He passed out cold as soon as he saw the blood.
They gave me so much to drink that I passed out cold by 10 PM.
I've been up since 5 AM, so I'm just going to pass out cold after dinner.
Having no warmth; completely cold. Used to describe things that are better when warm.
The boys who got up late found their breakfast stone-cold.
The furnace went off and the radiators were stone-cold.
stop cold
stop dead
stop in one's tracks
To stop very quickly or with great force.
The hunter pulled the trigger and stopped the deer cold.
When I saw Mary on the street, I was so surprised I stopped dead.
The deer heard a noise and he stopped in his tracks.
throw cold water on
dash cold water on
pour cold water on
To discourage; say or do something to discourage.
We had high hopes of victory but our opponents soon threw cold water on them.
Henry's father threw cold water on his plans to go to college by saying he could not afford it.