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English definition of “deep freeze”

deep freeze

noun [C]
 
(US deep freeze,
 
)
another word for freezer (= a large container in which food can be frozen and stored)
Kitchen appliances
(Definition of deep freeze from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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