Freeze - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- weather cold enough to cause freezing (syn: frost)
- an interruption or temporary suspension of progress or movement (syn: halt)
- change to ice
- be cold
- stop a process or a habit by imposing a freeze on it (syn: suspend)
- be very cold, below the freezing point
- change from a liquid to a solid when cold (syn: freeze out)
- anesthetize by cold
- suddenly behave coldly and formally
The children are going to freeze out there without their coats.
The cold weather froze the water pipes.
The freeze destroyed many oranges.
...the Midwest will experience an intense freeze later in the week...
She called and he froze on the spot.
It made my blood freeze.
People are frozen with tears.
It snowed all night, and froze very hard.
In Canada a child's tongue once froze to a lamp-post he was licking.
The trees were damaged by a freeze in December.
The lake had frozen overnight.
I think I'll freeze that extra meat.
Tomatoes don't freeze well.
The water pipes have frozen.
Do you think it'll freeze tonight?
present participle: freezing
past tense: froze
past participle: frozen
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