Definition of refrigerated in English:

refrigerated

Line breaks: re|friger|ated
Pronunciation: /rɪˈfrɪdʒəreɪtɪd
 
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adjective

1(Of food or drink) chilled in a refrigerator: sandwiches must be kept refrigerated in shops refrigerated meat
More example sentences
  • Do not eat refrigerated pates or meat spreads.
  • Whole-wheat and whole-grain breads are sold everywhere now - even in the form of ready-to-use pizza crusts and refrigerated pizza dough.
  • However to complete my snack I also enjoyed a mug of tea and a piece of refrigerated cake, a biscuit base with chocolate topping.
1.1(Of a vehicle or container) used to keep or transport food or drink in a chilled condition: a refrigerated lorry the new stalls have refrigerated display units
More example sentences
  • Get assurances that the caterer adheres to health and safety regulations, for the sake of your guests, and that food is transported in refrigerated vans, and such like.
  • ‘We've also have a range of vehicles, including refrigerated trailers which have gone quite well,’ he said.
  • Both fresh and frozen turkeys are transported in refrigerated trucks to their destination.

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