[freez-frak-cher] /ˈfrizˈfræk tʃər/
verb (used with object), freeze-fractured, freeze-fracturing.
to prepare (material) for the electron microscope by freeze fracturing.
a method of preparing a biological specimen for electron microscopic study by rapid freezing, cleaving with a sharp knife or razor, and then covering with a thin layer of metal to make the internal structural planes visible.
[freez-out] /ˈfrizˌaʊt/ noun, Poker. 1. a game in which each player begins with a predetermined amount of money and must withdraw from the game once that amount is lost, until one player is left with all the winnings.
[freez] /friz/ verb (used without object), froze, frozen, freezing. 1. to become hardened into ice or into a solid body; change from the liquid to the solid state by loss of heat. 2. to become hard or stiffened because of loss of heat, as objects containing moisture: Meat will freeze in a few hours. 3. […]
[free-zer] /ˈfri zər/ noun 1. a refrigerator, refrigerator compartment, cabinet, or room held at or below 32°F (0°C), used especially for preserving and storing food. 2. a machine containing cold brine, ice, etc., for making ice cream, sherbet, or the like. 3. a person or thing that or chills. /ˈfriːzə/ noun 1. Also called deepfreeze. […]
noun 1. light-colored spots that appear on frozen food, caused by loss of surface moisture due to faulty packaging or improper freezing methods.