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freeze

verb [I] (STOP MOVING) 停止移动     /friːz/ (froze, frozen)
If a person or animal that is moving freezes, it stops suddenly and becomes completely still, especially because of fear (尤指出于恐惧)僵住,呆住 She saw someone outside the window and froze. 她看见窗外有人,一下就呆住了。 "Freeze (= Don't move) or I'll shoot", screamed the gunman. “不许动,否则我就开枪了!”那个持枪者大喊道。 Immobility
(Definition of freeze verb (STOP MOVING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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