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Translation of "fridge" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

fridge

noun [C]
 
 
/frɪdʒ/ ( also refrigerator, US old-fashioned ice-box)
a piece of kitchen equipment which uses electricity to preserve food at a cold temperature
冰箱,電冰箱
Don't forget to put the milk back in the fridge.
別忘了把牛奶放回冰箱裡。
Refrigerators and freezers
Translations of “fridge”
in Arabic ثَلاّجة…
in Korean 냉장고…
in Malaysian peti sejuk…
in Turkish buzdolabı, dondurucu…
in Italian frigorifero…
in Russian холодильник…
in Polish lodówka…
in Vietnamese tủ lạnh…
in Portuguese geladeira, refrigerador…
in Thai ตู้เย็น…
in Catalan nevera…
in Japanese 冷蔵庫…
in Indonesian kulkas…
in Chinese (Simplified) 冰箱,电冰箱…
(Definition of fridge from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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