- A low temperature; the sensation produced by a temperature noticeably below an accustomed norm or a comfortable level.
- Popular term for a viral infection involving the upper respiratory tract and characterized by congestion of the nasal mucous membrane, watery nasal rhinorrhea, and general malaise, with a duration of 3–5 days.
- Completely devoid of, or containing an insignificant amount of, a radioactive nuclide.
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