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freeze-dryverb [T]

uk   /ˌfriːzˈdraɪ/ us   /ˌfriːzˈdraɪ/
to preserve something, especially food, by freezing and then drying it: freeze-dried coffee
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freeze-dryverb [T]

/ˈfrizˈdrɑɪ/ present tense -dries, present participle -drying, past tense and past participle -dried
to preserve something, esp. food, by freezing and then drying it: freeze-dried instant coffee
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