Definition of frozen in English:

frozen

Line breaks: fro¦zen
Pronunciation: /ˈfrəʊzn
 
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adjective

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  • 1(Of a liquid) having turned into ice as a result of extreme cold.
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    • The wily battery commander had hammered his guns into the frozen Vistula River.
    • Often in the winter we would wake up to frost on our quilts and frozen buckets of water in the kitchen.
    • It's going to be unreasonable like frozen hot chocolate on a snowy day.
  • 1.1Covered or rigid with ice: frozen wastes
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    • The plane, tipped over on its back, was in a remarkable state of preservation courtesy of the frozen environment.
    • The most memorable scene is where the gang chase Atanarjuat for kilometres through a frozen world.
    • Try winter in Matanuska Valley, Alaska, where frozen lake golf rules.
  • 1.2(Of food) stored at a very low temperature in order to preserve it: frozen fish
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    • Strange aisle layout, food in odd places, sausagemeat in the frozen foods.
    • We now buy in bulk from producers in Kent rather than from frozen food outlets. "
    • For now, substitute some dried or frozen parsley.
  • 1.3(Used hyperbolically) very cold: the wind whistled in my hair, and I was absolutely frozen
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    • This was not only a failed exercise in damage limitation on the park, but climatic survival for a frozen audience on arguably the coldest day of the season.
    Synonyms
    freezing, very cold, chilled, chilled to the bone/marrow/core, numb with cold, numb, numbed, frozen stiff; shivering
    informal frozen to death

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