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freeze

verb     /friːz/ ( past tense froze, past participle frozen)
ICE [I, T]
B1 If something freezes or is frozen, it becomes hard and solid because it is very cold. замерзать, превращаться в лед The river had frozen overnight. Water freezes at 0° Celsius.IceColdSnow and ice
FOOD [I, T]
B1 to make food last a long time by making it very cold and hard замораживать You can freeze any cakes that you have left over.Preserving and storing food
PERSON [I]
B2 to feel very cold замерзать One of the climbers froze to death on the mountain.ColdSnow and ice
NOT MOVE [I]
B2 to suddenly stop moving, especially because you are frightened застывать на месте, не шевелиться She saw someone outside the window and froze.Immobility
LEVEL [T]
to fix the level of something such as a price or rate so that it does not increase замораживать, держать на одном уровне Value and price decreases
(Definition of freeze verb from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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