Supercool meaning

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To cool (a substance) below a phase-transition temperature without the transition occurring; for example, to cool a gas below the boiling point without condensation or to cool a liquid below the freezing point without solidification.
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To become supercooled.
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To cool (a liquid) below its freezing point without causing solidification.
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To cool a substance below a phase-transition temperature without the transition occurring. For example, water can be cooled well below the freezing point without freezing (as often happens in the upper atmosphere); the introduction of an impurity or surface can then trigger freezing. Supercooling is an example of hysteresis.
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(physics) To cool a material below its transition temperature without that transition occurring.
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(informal) Very cool; thoroughly excellent, relaxed, or fashionable.
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To become supercooled.
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Origin of supercool

  • super- +"Ž cool

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