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freeze

verb
 
/friːz/ ( present participle freezing, past tense froze, past participle frozen)
B1 If something freezes, it becomes hard and solid because it is very cold.
gelar, congelar
The pond froze overnight.
B1 to make food last a long time by making it very cold and hard
congelar
Freeze any bread that you have left over.
to feel very cold
morrer de frio
You’ll freeze if you don’t wear a coat.
to suddenly stop moving, especially because you are frightened
gelar, ficar paralisado
She saw someone outside the window and froze.
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