[free-zer] /ˈfri zər/
a refrigerator, refrigerator compartment, cabinet, or room held at or below 32°F (0°C), used especially for preserving and storing food.
a machine containing cold brine, ice, etc., for making ice cream, sherbet, or the like.
a person or thing that or chills.
Also called deepfreeze. a device that freezes or chills, esp an insulated cold-storage cabinet for long-term storage of perishable foodstuffs
a former name for refrigerator
1847 as the name of an item in ice-cream manufacture; from freeze (v.) + -er (1). As a household appliance, from 1945. Freezer burn attested from 1929.
noun 1. light-colored spots that appear on frozen food, caused by loss of surface moisture due to faulty packaging or improper freezing methods.
- Freeze someone out
verb phrase To exclude someone; discriminate against someone: When I wanted to get into the game they froze me out (1891+)
[free-zing] /ˈfri zɪŋ/ adjective 1. (of temperatures) approaching, at, or below the . 2. extremely or uncomfortably cold; chilled: We were both freezing and welcomed the hot cocoa. 3. beginning to or partially ; in the process of being or becoming . [freez] /friz/ verb (used without object), froze, frozen, freezing. 1. to become hardened […]
[freez-uhp] /ˈfrizˌʌp/ noun, Informal. 1. a freezing over of a body of water in an area. 2. a period of below-freezing temperatures. 3. the condition of being immobilized or inoperative through freezing: car engine freeze-up in winter. [freez] /friz/ verb (used without object), froze, frozen, freezing. 1. to become hardened into ice or into a […]