"He wai huʻihuʻi kēia."
Translation:This is cold water.
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There is no reason that it could not. Hu'ihu'i to me, means "ice cold," and not just cold. Keep in mind that the developers of this course cannot possibly account for the nearly infinite variety of interpretations that hundreds or even thousands of people will have. If you wrote "chilled," try to understand that you may be the first person to recommend that interpretation. I am probably the first one to ever recommend "ice-cold" as an interpretation. That does not make it wrong, it makes it different.