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Is is grammatically correct if I say :

A : What are you going to do with this hot pizza ?
B : I'm going to leave it cool/cooler for a while.

I'm not sure which word can use in this sentence.

Thank you.
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Obviously, you need the verb there, not the adjective.

I'm going to leave it cool for a while.

A more common way to say this would be

I'm going to leave it (to) cool off for a while.
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Nor Priest I'm going to leave it cool/cooler for a while.
Not quite.

I'm going to leave it to cool for a while.
OR
I'm going to let it cool for a while.

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