What is the opposite of heat?

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Noun
Opposite of the condition or quality of being hot
“The trapped climbers huddled close together as the chill of the cavern started to seep into their bodies.”
Noun
Opposite of hot weather conditions
“It was Christmas Eve, and many producers did not receive warnings of the impending cold in time to reschedule Christmas vacations and alert crews.”
Noun
Opposite of intensity of feeling, especially of anger or excitement
“When we tolerate atrocity, injustice, or the violation of basic rights, tolerance is apathy in the face of evil.”
Noun
(the heat, slang) Opposite of the police or law enforcement
“These children, they said, were destined to become wastrels, neurotic misfits or criminals.”
Noun
Opposite of an organized competition or activity usually performed for the enjoyment of a mass of people
“Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic engaged in some funny banter during an exhibition that was organized on the eve of The Australian Open.”
Noun
Opposite of the quality of being eager or enthusiastic
Noun
Opposite of a member of a police force, especially one who is male
Noun
Opposite of a weapon incorporating a metal tube from which bullets, shells, or other missiles are propelled by explosive force, typically making a characteristic loud, sharp noise
Noun
Opposite of the state of being cold and damp
Noun
Opposite of a long serious speech, especially one given as a scolding or reprimand
Noun
Opposite of a contest held to establish someone's, or something's, superiority or supremacy
“A sextet of artists come together in this unique collaboration, which is documented in a limited-edition book.”
Noun
Opposite of a (pleasantly) strong or sharp flavor or smell
Verb
Opposite of to cause an increase in temperature of an object or space
“I don't have temperature-controlled wine storage, but you can chill the wine in this ice bucket.”
Verb
(heat up) Opposite of to become hot or hotter
“I was sitting at the table, trying to be patient enough to wait for the soup to cool down so I would not burn my tongue again.”
Verb
("heat up", figuratively) Opposite of to become more intense and exciting
“As the discussions reach fever pitch, she will have to wait for the chaos to settle before she can speak again.”
Verb
("heat up", figuratively) Opposite of to become increasingly angry
“My friends spent a half-hour advising me to calm down after I discovered my partner cheating on me.”
Verb
Opposite of to disturb the composure of
Verb
Opposite of to undergo or cause to undergo fermentation
Verb
Opposite of to burn or set fire to (something)
Verb
Opposite of to turn into vapour
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