Complete Definition of "cold war"

see|Cold War
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  1. A period of hostile relations between rivals where direct open warfare between them is largely undesired and avoided.

#* 1945, w:George Orwell|George Orwell, "You and the Atom Bomb", w:Tribune (magazine)|Tribune, 19 October 1945; reprinted in Orwell, Sonia Orwell, and Ian Angus, George Orwell: The Collected Essays, Journalism & Letters, Volume 4: In Front of Your Nose (1946–1950), David R. Godine (2000), ISBN ISBN 1567921361, page 9,
#*: … in a state which was at once unconquerable and in a permanent state of "cold war" with its neighbours.

Translations
trans-top|a period of hostile relations
Chinese: 冷战 (lěng zhàn)
Czech: studená válka f
Estonian: külm sõda
Finnish: kylmä sota
Hungarian: t|hu|hidegháború
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Japanese: 冷戦 (Reisen)
Maltese: gwerra bierda f
Persian: FAchar|جنگ سرد (jang-e sard)
Swedish: kallt krig n
Italian: guerra fredda f
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