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frozen /fri:z/
  • danh từ
    • sự đông vì lạnh, sự giá lạnh; tình trạng đông vì lạnh
    • tiết đông giá
    • sự ổn định; sự hạn định (giá cả, tiền lương...)
    • nội động từ froze, frozen
      • đóng băng
      • đông lại (vì lạnh), lạnh cứng
      • thấy lạnh, thấy giá
      • thấy ớn lạnh, thấy ghê ghê (vì sợ)
      • ngoại động từ
        • làm đóng băng
        • làm đông, làm lạnh cứng
          • to freeze someone to death: làm ai chết cóng
        • ướp lạnh (thức ăn)
        • làm (ai) ớn lạnh
        • làm lạnh nhạt (tình cảm)
        • làm tê liệt (khả năng...)
        • ngăn cản, cản trở (sự thực hiện)
        • ổn định; hạn định (giá cả, tiền lương...)
        • to freeze on
          • (từ lóng) nắm chặt lấy, giữ chặt lấy
        • to freeze out
          • cho (ai) ra rìa
        • to freeze over
          • phủ đầy băng; bị phủ đầy băng
        • to freeze someone's blood
          • làm ai sợ hết hồn
        • frozen limit
          • (thông tục) mức chịu đựng cao nhất
      Concise Dictionary
      +turned into ice; affected by freezing or by long and severe cold
      +absolutely still
      +devoid of warmth and cordiality; expressive of unfriendliness or disdain
      +not thawed
      +(used of foods) preserved by freezing sufficiently rapidly to retain flavor and nutritional value
      +not convertible to cash
      +incapable of being changed or moved or undone; e.g. "frozen prices"

      +the withdrawal of heat to change something from a liquid to a solid
      +weather cold enough to cause freezing
      +an interruption or temporary suspension of progress or movement
      +fixing (of prices or wages etc) at a particular level
      +change to ice
      +stop moving or become immobilized
      +be cold
      +cause to freeze
      +stop a process or a habit by imposing a freeze on it
      +be very cold, below the freezing point
      +change from a liquid to a solid when cold
      +prohibit the conversion or use of (assets)
      +anesthetize by cold
      +suddenly behave coldly and formally

      Thesaurus Dictionary
      1 chill, refrigerate, ice, deep-freeze, flash-freeze, frost:
      If you freeze the leftovers, they keep better.
      2 solidify, congeal, harden, stiffen, ice up or over:
      When the lake freezes, we can go skating.
      3 fix, immobilize, paralyse, stop (dead or dead in one's tracks), stay, pin, transfix, Gorgonize; become fixed, stand (stock-)still or motionless; peg, stick, set:
      She froze him with an icy stare. He froze to the spot in horror. Rates of exchange are no longer frozen.
      4 freeze out. exclude, debar, ban, reject, ostracize; eject, drive away or out, expel, force out:
      When he tried to join the club, he was frozen out.
      5 frost, Brit freeze-up, US ice-up, deep-freeze:
      There will be a freeze tonight in northern counties.
      6 fix, immobilization:
      The government has put a freeze on wages.
      Advanced English Dictionary
      + adjective
      1 [usually before noun] (of food) kept at a very low temperature in order to preserve it: frozen peas
      2 [not usually before noun] (of people or parts of the body) extremely cold: I'm absolutely frozen! + You look frozen stiff.
      3 (of rivers, lakes, etc.) with a layer of ice on the surface
      4 (especially of ground) so cold that it has become very hard: The ground was frozen solid.
      5 ~ with / in sth unable to move because of a strong emotion such as fear or horror: She stared at him, frozen with shock.
      See also - FREEZE v.

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