the range of atmospheric temperature and humidity considered comfortable for most people.
a situation or position in which a person feels secure, comfortable, or in control: encouraging people to work outside their comfort zone
an environment or situation in which a person feels secure or at ease; also figuratively, an established lifestyle in which a person feels comfortable as long as there is no drastic change
comfort zone com·fort zone (kŭm’fərt)
The temperature range between 28° and 30°C or 82.5° and 86°F at which the naked body maintains heat balance without shivering or sweating; in the clothed body, the range is between 13° and 21°C or 55.5° and 70°F.
[kuhm-free] /ˈkʌm fri/ noun, plural comfreys. 1. any coarse Eurasian plant belonging to the genus Symphytum, of the borage family, as the widely cultivated S. officinale, having hairy, lance-shaped leaves and drooping clusters of small, white, rose-colored, or purplish flowers. /ˈkʌmfrɪ/ noun 1. any hairy Eurasian boraginaceous plant of the genus Symphytum, having blue, purplish-pink, […]
[kuhm-fee] /ˈkʌm fi/ adjective, comfier, comfiest. Informal. 1. . /ˈkʌmfɪ/ adjective -fier, -fiest 1. (informal) short for comfortable adj. 1829, colloquial shortening of comfortable. adjective Comfortable and comforting; pleasant and easy: Just reeling off their names is ever so comfy (1829+)
[kom-ik] /ˈkɒm ɪk/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or characterized by : comic opera. 2. of or relating to a person who acts in or writes : a comic actor; a comic dramatist. 3. of, relating to, or characteristic of : comic situations; a comic sense. 4. provoking laughter; humorous; funny; laughable. noun 5. a […]
[kom-i-kuh l] /ˈkɒm ɪ kəl/ adjective 1. producing laughter; amusing; funny: a comical fellow. 2. Obsolete. pertaining to or of the nature of . /ˈkɒmɪkəl/ adjective 1. causing laughter 2. ludicrous; laughable adj. early 15c., “comic,” from comic (or Latin comicus) + -al (1). Meaning “funny” is from 1680s. Earlier Middle English had an identical […]