The an initial one is offered for the temperature that your surrounding or the weather. The second one is provided when an object is cold.

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Hace frío: it (the ambient temperature) is cold. Introduce to other nonspecific.

Está frío: the (something specific) is cold.

In the 2nd case there is an unmentioned subject.

El frigorífico está frío. The refrigerator is cold.

To describe a human being feeling a temperature, we usage tener.

Tengo frío. I am cold.

We usage the verbs in the same means in English, just with the verb to be instead of 3 various verbs.

It's cold. The approximately temperature is cold.

The fridge is cold or it's cold. The specific object is cold.

I'm cold. He's cold. She's cold. The human is cold.

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Would the very same thing be for hace calor? would certainly it be esta calor if you space referring to an object


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Hace frio as soon as say the weather is cold, Esta frio as soon as one point is cold


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The 2nd one is less likely to deserve the ¡! marks. :-)


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How around a maker which accurate makes "cold" favor an AC or a peltier cooler? would this be "hacer frío", too?


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"Enfriar"= to cool (something)


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