In commonly accepted slang, cool means happy, pleasant, and agreeable
It can mean "less than agreeable, polite but strained" (a cool reception to a
It can mean "vital to success" (a critical component)
It can mean "disparaging" (a critical comment).
As a noun, this means "conventional behavior"
But as an adjective, it means "specially designed"
It can mean smarter than one appears
It can mean dumber than one appears
It can mean a wall
Dollop" can mean "a large amount"
Or "a small amount" depending on its usage
When referring to difficulty, it means "progressively easier"
But when referring to status or condition, it means "progressively worse"
In "to dust furniture", this verb means "to remove dust from"
But in "to dust for fingerprints," or "the streets dusted with
snow," it means "to apply dust to"
As an adjective, it can mean "one or the other of two," as in "you either
passed or failed your test"
It can also mean "each of two; the one and the other" as in "trees on
either side of the river."
Current use, applied to a future event or occurrence, means "inevitable, given
An older usage, applied in the same situation, means "possible, subject to