Definition of subcool in English:

subcool

verb

Physics
  • 1with object To cool (a liquid) to a temperature below its freezing point without its solidifying.

  • 2with object To cool (a vapour or its liquid condensate) to a temperature substantially below its boiling point at normal pressure, especially (in refrigeration) in order to liquefy it completely.

Origin

Early 20th century; earliest use found in Monthly Weather Review. From sub- + cool.

Pronunciation

subcool

/ˌsʌbˈkuːl/