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deep freeze

Pronunciation: /ˈdiːpˈfriːz/

Translation of deep freeze in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • 1 countable/numerable (in shop, home) congelador (masculine), freezer (feminine) (Latin America/América Latina)
    Example sentences
    • The blood bank has four refrigerated centrifuges, 6 deep freezers which maintain a temperature range of - 40 to - 80 degrees centigrade and four blood bank refrigerators.
    • In the Ireland of De Valera she was the first in the town to introduce chilled Coca Cola, the first to sell frozen foods from a deep freezer, and the first to popularize the concept of a delicatessen.
    • You will be questioned as to how often you invite guests for meals and whether you have a microwave oven, a refrigerator and a deep freezer.

transitive verb/verbo transitivo (deep-freeze) (past tense of/pasado de -froze past participle of/participio pasado de, -frozen)

  • [meat/vegetables] congelar; (commercially) ultracongelar a packet of deep-frozen cod un paquete de bacalao ultracongelado

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