Definition of fridge in English:

fridge

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Pronunciation: /frɪdʒ
 
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noun

chiefly British
  • A refrigerator: she put the carton of milk back in the fridge
    More example sentences
    • Storage facilities like fridges and deep freezers are examined to ensure they comply with health regulations.
    • Freezers, fridges, microwaves and cookers are checked and tested before being delivered at a low cost to clients.
    • Asbestos and 20 fridges and freezers were among the abandoned rubbish, which took council workers nearly a day to clear.

Origin

1920s: abbreviation, probably influenced by the proprietary name Frigidaire.

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