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frozen

 us   /ˈfroʊ·zən/
past participle of freeze
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frozenverb

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

frozenadjective

uk   /ˈfrəʊ.zən/  us   /ˈfroʊ-/
B1 (of ​water) ​turned into ​ice, or (of ​food) ​preserved by ​freezing: They ​skated over the frozen ​lake. We don't have any ​freshvegetables, only frozen ​peas.B1 If a ​person, or a ​part of ​theirbody 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   us   /ˈfrəʊzən/
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 ​bankaccount, etc. is frozen, it is not able to be used because of a ​government or ​courtorder: Court ​bailiffs have ​ordered that the company's ​bankaccounts be frozen while the ​fraudcharge is ​investigated.
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