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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “freeze”

freeze

verb [I] (STOP WORKING)
停止工作
 
 
/friːz/ (froze, frozen) (also freeze up) US
If an engine or lock freezes, it stops working because its parts have become stuck and can no longer move
(引擎或鎖)卡住,堵塞
My old bicycle was so rusty that the gears had frozen.
我的舊自行車鏽得太厲害,齒輪都卡住不動了。
If the lock has frozen up, try lubricating it with oil.
如果鎖卡住了,上點油潤滑一下試試。
Not functioning
(Definition of freeze verb (STOP WORKING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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