fridge Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"fridge" in British English

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fridgenoun [C]

uk   us   /frɪdʒ/ UK or informal US (US usually refrigerator, US old-fashioned icebox)
A2 a ​piece of ​kitchenequipment that uses ​electricity to ​preservefood at a ​coldtemperature: Don't ​forget to put the ​milk back in the fridge.
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(Definition of fridge from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"fridge" in American English

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fridgenoun [C]

 us   /frɪdʒ/ infml
(Definition of fridge from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “fridge”
in Korean 냉장고…
in Arabic ثَلاّجة…
in Malaysian peti sejuk…
in Russian холодильник…
in Chinese (Traditional) 冰箱,電冰箱…
in Italian frigorifero…
in Turkish buzdolabı, dondurucu…
in Polish lodówka…
in Vietnamese tủ lạnh…
in Portuguese geladeira, refrigerador…
in Thai ตู้เย็น…
in Catalan nevera…
in Japanese 冷蔵庫…
in Chinese (Simplified) 冰箱,电冰箱…
in Indonesian kulkas…
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