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cold one

noun, Informal.
a glass, can, or bottle of cold beer. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • The west side of the state is definitely the place to be for a home-grown cold one.
  • It's been a strange trip, filled with animatronic sharks and mounted deer heads enjoying a cold one.
  • The warm medieval period becomes a cold one, and drags the average down.
  • Decided to crack a cold one, and the pizza is on its way.
  • Lawmakers are encouraging residents and visitors alike to enjoy a tall, cold one.
  • But now that cooler heads have prevailed, a cold one would taste pretty good.
  • Mostly detergents have ingredients that are more soluble in hot water than in cold one and that make them to work better.
  • Convection is a process of heat transfer, or the movement of energy from a hot substance to a cold one.
  • It might be the end of the long cold war over a cold one.
  • Ice storms occur when rain falls out of a warm atmospheric layer into a cold one near the ground.

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