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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcool-headedˌcool-ˈheaded adjective  CALMnot easily excited or upset We need a quick-thinking, cool-headed person for the job.
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cool-headedWinnie picked up her knitting again, determined to remain cool-headed over the whole affair.Garnett is considered a cool-headed, professional manager.In fact this might be one of the abiding lessons on the tour; the need for patience and cool-headed skill.
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