in science, invisible matter consisting of massive particles with low energy, presently hypothetical
matter + dark ‘invisible’ + cold ‘lacking energy, slow’
noun, Cards Slang. 1. a pack with the cards in prearranged order, secretly exchanged for the one in use; stacked deck. noun phrase A dishonest deck of playing cards, usually stacked or marked (1856+) verb phrase To take advantage of someone; dishonestly assure one’s own winning; rig, stack the deck (1884+)
noun A swindler; cheat (1920+)
verb To snub; behave dismissively toward: Why did you cold-dis me at the party and leave without me? (1980s+ Teenagers)
[kohld-draw] /ˈkoʊldˌdrɔ/ verb (used with object), cold-drew, cold-drawn, cold-drawing. Metalworking. 1. to draw (wire, tubing, etc.) without preheating the metal.