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freeze British & World English

(With reference to a liquid) turn or be turned into ice or another solid as a result of extreme cold

freeze English Thesaurus

it was so cold that the river Thames froze

freeze-up British & World English

A period of extreme cold

deep freeze British & World English

A refrigerator in which food can be quickly frozen and kept for long periods at a very low temperature

freeze-dry British & World English

Preserve (something) by rapidly freezing it and then subjecting it to a high vacuum which removes ice by sublimation

freeze-out British & World English

An exclusion of a person or organization from something, by boycotting or ignoring them

flash-freeze British & World English

Freeze (food or other material) very rapidly so as to prevent the formation of ice crystals

freeze-frame British & World English

A single frame forming a motionless image from a film or videotape

quick-freeze British & World English

Freeze (food) rapidly so as to preserve its nutritional value

freeze one's blood British & World English

Fill (or be filled) with a sudden feeling of great fear or horror

freeze someone out British & World English

Behave in a hostile or obstructive way so as to exclude someone

refreeze British & World English

Make or become frozen again

freeze someone out in freeze British & World English

Behave in a hostile or obstructive way so as to exclude someone

antifreeze British & World English

A liquid, typically one based on ethylene glycol, which can be added to water to lower the freezing point, chiefly used in the radiator of a motor vehicle

deep-freeze in deep freeze British & World English

Store (something) in a deep freeze

freeze one's blood in freeze British & World English

Fill (or be filled) with a sudden feeling of great fear or horror

freeze someone out in freeze English Thesaurus

she was frozen out by her husband's relatives