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"frozen" in American English

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frozen

us   /ˈfroʊ·zən/
past participle of freeze
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"frozen" in British English

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frozenverb

uk   /ˈfrəʊ.zən/ us   /ˈfroʊ.zən/
past participle of freeze verb

frozenadjective

uk   /ˈfrəʊ.zən/ us   /ˈfroʊ.zən/
B1 (of water) turned into ice, or (of food) preserved by freezing: They skated over the frozen lake. We don't have any fresh vegetables, only frozen peas.
B1 If a person, or a part of their body is frozen, they are very cold: I'm frozen - could you close the window? After walking through the snow, my feet were frozen stiff.

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frozenadjective

uk   /ˈfrəʊzən/ us  
when food is frozen, it is stored at a very low temperature in order to keep it fresh: He started a business that supplied frozen food to caterers.
FINANCE when a bank account, etc. is frozen, it is not able to be used because of a government or court order: Court bailiffs have ordered that the company's bank accounts be frozen while the fraud charge is investigated.
(Definition of frozen from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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