- [temperatures] bajo cero; [weather] con temperaturas bajo cero; [hands/feet] helado, congelado freezing fog niebla (feminine) helada it's freezing (cold) in here aquí hace un frío que pela [colloquial/familiar]More example sentences
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- Although it was unseasonably warm this day, we expected the temperature to dip below the freezing level as the night wore on.
- I got off the airplane on a freezing day.
- When her bare leg met the freezing air below, however, she let out a strangled yelp and jumped away.
- Come next January, though, I have a feeling that there will be many annoyed people around the country, out on the streets outside pubs in the freezing cold!
- We ended up waiting outside in the freezing cold for about 45 minutes, maybe more, before we got in.
- It's not like I have to sleep outside in the freezing cold.
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- 1 freezing (point) punto (masculine) de congelación three degrees above/below freezing tres grados sobre/bajo ceroMore example sentences
- But they stressed England would not be hit as hard as north of the border, though temperatures would drop below freezing tonight.
- A city office building that had been used as an emergency shelter when temperatures fell to below freezing was closed last year.
- Snow is on the ground in the area and temperatures well below freezing are expected tonight.
- 2 (process) congelación (feminine) suitable for freezing se puede congelar