deep-frozen


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deep-freeze

(dēp′frēz′)
tr.v. deep-froze (-frōz′), deep-fro·zen (-frō′zən), deep-freez·ing, deep-freez·es
1. To quick-freeze.
2. To store in a frozen condition.
3. To suspend or defer indefinitely: "American long-term obligations ... which have been deep-frozen since the early 1950s" (Paul Kennedy).
Translations

deep-frozen

[ˌdiːpˈfrəʊzn] ADJultracongelado
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1,200 mm wide two temperature zones (1st chamber deep-frozen, 2nd chamber cooled) transport of 1-40 pieces of transport boxes (euronorm containers, Euronorm reusable containers in different sizes) per tour constant cooling during transport and during rest periods (no interruption of the cold chain) in 3 specified temperature ranges: - deep-frozen (at least -18 o c or colder), - cooled (+5 o c with a fluctuation range of +/- 2 o c) and, - uncooled (up to +25 o c).
Solid blocks last the longest, followed by frozen water bottles, then chemical freezer packs like Nu-Ice, followed by deep-frozen ice cubes, and lastly wet ice cubes.
As the herbs are neither dried nor deep-frozen, they keep their typical pure taste and visual appearance.
These indicators are intelligent labels on the food packaging that monitor chilled and deep-frozen food.
A MAJOR American poultry producer has accused Russia of effectively locking all kinds of chicken out of the Russian market through its promised ban on imports and sales of deep-frozen poultry.
Lamb Weston/Meijer (LWM) produces and sells deep-frozen potato products and dehydrated potato products (potato flakes) and sells deep-frozen appetizers to restaurants, fast-food chains and the retail sector.
The National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) has decided that each tiger carcass will be deep-frozen and studied by an independent team to investigate the cause of death.
2-mL cryotubes to create a deep-frozen powder and then continue RNA, protein and DNA extraction by standard methods.
Deep-frozen in more or less the state it died in some 37,500 years ago, a Siberian mammoth undergoing tests in Japan could finally explain why the beasts were driven to extinction - and shed light on the history of global climate change, scientists said yesterday.
Marc Quinn is still best known for his deliciously sick "Sensation"-era shock piece Self, 1991, a cast of his head in his own deep-frozen blood.
In Jason X, the indestructible killer has been captured and is about to be deep-frozen when the cryogenic experiment goes wrong.
Well, for one thing, thousands of daffodils were bought a month before filming and deep-frozen.