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Turkish translation of “defrost”

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defrost

verb [I, T]
 
 
/ˌdiːˈfrɒst/
FOOD If food defrosts, it becomes warmer after being frozen, and if you defrost it, you make it become warmer after being frozen.
buzunu eritmek/çözmek; buzu erimek/çözülmek
You need to defrost the fish before you can cook it.Preparing food using heatPreparing food
FREEZER If you defrost a fridge or freezer (= machines that keep food cold), you make them warmer and remove the ice, and if they defrost, they become warmer and the ice melts.
soğutucunun buzunu çözdürmek; buzu çözülmek
Preserving and storing food
Translations of “defrost”
in Korean 해동시키다…
in Arabic يُزيل الثَلج…
in French dégivrer, décongeler…
in Italian scongelarsi, fare scongelare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 將...除霜, 溶化, (使)解凍…
in Russian размораживать…
in Polish rozmrażać (się), odszraniać (się)…
in Spanish descongelar…
in Portuguese descongelar…
in German abtauen, auftauen…
in Catalan descongelar(-se)…
in Japanese 解凍する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 除霜, (使)解冻…
(Definition of defrost from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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