Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To cool below the temperature of fusion without bringing about solidification. It is possible, under certain conditions, thus to cool water to a temperature several degrees below its freezing-point, without converting it into ice. Same as undercool and supercool.

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  • Nor will they stop buying giant unheatable houses which they will then massively overheat and overcool, until the rising ocean is lapping at their doorsteps.

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  • Timothy was not, by drinking too much water, to overcool his stomach, and weaken nature, but to use means for self-preservation — to drink ‘a little wine,’ &c.

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  • Or you can just turn your thermostat to a higher figure and not overcool.

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  • "Pieces of IT equipment are more resilient than you think, and you don't have to overcool them," Chan says.

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  • You really can’t overcool a transmission unless the weather is incredibly cold.

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