There are 2 main translations of frozen in Spanish:

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frozen 1

American English: /ˈfroʊzən/
British English: /ˈfrəʊzn/

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There are 2 main translations of frozen in Spanish:

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adjective

  • 1 1.1 (solid)
    (water/pipe/lock)
    Example sentences
    • 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.
    1.2 (of region) 1.3 (extremely cold) [colloquial]my feet are frozen
    tengo los pies helados or congelados
    I was frozen stiff
    estaba congelado or como un témpano
    Example sentences
    • 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.
    1.4 (Cookery)
    (vegetables/meat)
    Example sentences
    • 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.
    1.5 (motionless) See examples: I stood there frozen (to the spot) with horror
    me quedé allí clavado, paralizado por el terror
  • 2 (Finance) 2.1 (fixed)
    (prices/incomes)
    2.2 (blocked)
    (capital/credits)
    frozen assets
    Example sentences
    • 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.

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