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1cozy(US)adjective
or Britishcosy/ˈkoʊzi/
coziercoziest
1cozy(US)
adjective
or British cosy /ˈkoʊzi/
coziercoziest
Learner's definition of COZY  
[also more cozy; most cozy]
: small, comfortable, and warm— sometimes used in a joking or ironic way to describe a place that is not pleasant or comfortable
   b : friendly and pleasant
often disapproving : suggesting or showing a closeness between two people, groups, businesses, etc.: very close— often + with

— cozily

(US)or Britishcosily/ˈkoʊzəli/adverb

— coziness

(US)or Britishcosinessnoun,[noncount]
2cozy(US)noun
or Britishcosy/ˈkoʊzi/
pluralcozies
2cozy(US)
noun
or British cosy /ˈkoʊzi/
pluralcozies
Learner's definition of COZY  
[count]
: a cloth cover that is placed over a teapot to keep the tea hot
3cozy(US)verb
or Britishcosy/ˈkoʊzi/
coziescoziedcozying
3cozy(US)
verb
or British cosy /ˈkoʊzi/
coziescoziedcozying
Learner's definition of COZY  

cozy up

[phrasal verb]informal
: to become or try to become friendly with someone in order to get help or some advantage— usually + to
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