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fro·zen

 (frō′zən)
v.
Past participle of freeze.
adj.
1. Made into, covered with, or surrounded by ice.
2. Very cold: the frozen North.
3. Preserved by freezing: frozen meat.
4.
a. Rendered immobile: frozen in their tracks with fear.
b. Immobile, as from pain or inflammation. Used of a joint: a frozen shoulder.
5. Expressive of cold unfriendliness or disdain: a frozen look on their faces.
6.
a. Kept at a fixed level: frozen rents.
b. Impossible to withdraw, sell, or liquidate: frozen assets.

frozen

(ˈfrəʊzən)
vb
the past participle of freeze
adj
1. turned into or covered with ice
2. obstructed or blocked by ice
3. killed, injured, or stiffened by extreme cold
4. (Physical Geography) (of a region or climate) icy or snowy
5. (Cookery) (of food) preserved by a freezing process
6. (Economics)
a. (of prices, wages, etc) arbitrarily pegged at a certain level
b. (of business assets) not convertible into cash, as by government direction or business conditions
7. frigid, unfeeling, or disdainful in manner
8. motionless or unyielding: he was frozen with horror.
ˈfrozenly adv
ˈfrozenness n

fro•zen

(ˈfroʊ zən)

v.
1. pp. of freeze.
adj.
2. turned into ice.
3. covered with ice, as a stream.
4. frigid; very cold.
5. obstructed by ice, as pipes.
6. chilly or cold in manner; unfeeling: a frozen stare.
7. preserved by quick-freezing: frozen foods.
8. (of food) prepared by chilling or freezing.
9. (esp. of a drink) mixed with ice and puréed in an electric blender.
10. (of an asset) not convertible into cash without substantial loss.
11. not permitted to be changed or incapable of being altered; fixed: frozen rents.
fro′zen•ly, adv.
fro′zen•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.frozen - turned into ice; affected by freezing or by long and severe cold; "the frozen North"; "frozen pipes"; "children skating on a frozen brook"
cold - having a low or inadequate temperature or feeling a sensation of coldness or having been made cold by e.g. ice or refrigeration; "a cold climate"; "a cold room"; "dinner has gotten cold"; "cold fingers"; "if you are cold, turn up the heat"; "a cold beer"
unmelted - not melted; "streets unpassable because of piles of unmelted snow"
unfrozen - not frozen; "unfrozen ground"
2.frozen - absolutely still; "frozen with horror"; "they stood rooted in astonishment"
nonmoving, unmoving - not in motion
3.frozen - devoid of warmth and cordiality; expressive of unfriendliness or disdain; "a frigid greeting"; "got a frosty reception"; "a frozen look on their faces"; "a glacial handshake"; "icy stare"; "wintry smile"
cold - extended meanings; especially of psychological coldness; without human warmth or emotion; "a cold unfriendly nod"; "a cold and unaffectionate person"; "a cold impersonal manner"; "cold logic"; "the concert left me cold"
4.frozen - not thawed
unmelted - not melted; "streets unpassable because of piles of unmelted snow"
5.frozen - (used of foods) preserved by freezing sufficiently rapidly to retain flavor and nutritional value; "frozen foods"
preserved - prevented from decaying or spoiling and prepared for future use
6.frozen - not convertible to cash; "frozen assets"
nondisposable - (of assets) unavailable for use
7.frozen - incapable of being changed or moved or undone; e.g. "frozen prices"; "living on fixed incomes"
unchangeable - not changeable or subject to change; "a fixed and unchangeable part of the germ plasm"-Ashley Montagu; "the unchangeable seasons"; "one of the unchangeable facts of life"

frozen

adjective
1. icy, hard, solid, frosted, arctic, ice-covered, icebound the frozen bleakness of the Far North
2. chilled, cold, iced, refrigerated, ice-cold frozen desserts like ice cream
3. ice-cold, freezing, numb, very cold, frigid, frozen stiff, chilled to the marrow I'm frozen out here.
4. motionless, rooted, petrified, stock-still, turned to stone, stopped dead in your tracks She was frozen in horror.
5. fixed, held, stopped, limited, suspended, pegged (of prices) Prices would be frozen and wages raised.
Translations
zmrzlý
frossen
jäätynytpakastettupakastunutjäädytetty
zamrznut
fagyott
frosinn
凍った
zmrznutý
zamrznjen
djupfryst
ซึ่งเป็นน้ำแข็ง
đông lạnh

frozen

[ˈfrəʊzn]
A. PP of freeze
B. ADJ
1. [food] → congelado
2. we're simply frozenestamos totalmente helados
I'm frozen stiffestoy helado, estoy muerto de frío
C. CPD frozen assets NPL (Fin) → activo msing congelado

frozen

[ˈfrəʊzən]
pp of freeze
adj
[food] → congelé(e)
frozen chips → des frites surgelées
[ground, liquid] → gelé(e)
(= very cold) [person, hands, face] → gelé(e)
to be frozen to the bone → être gelé(e) jusqu'aux osfrozen assets nplavoirs mpl gelésfrozen food n (bought)aliments mpl surgelés; (frozen at home)aliments mpl congelésfrozen food compartment npartie f congélateur

frozen

ptp of freeze
adj
ground, land, earthgefroren; pipeeingefroren; lockzugefroren; frozen hardhart gefroren; frozen (over) (lake, river)zugefroren; frozen solidganz zugefroren
(for preservation, Cook) vegetables, meat, mealtiefgekühlt; (Med) embryo, spermeingefroren; frozen yoghurtgefrorener Jog(h)urt; to keep something frozenetw eingefroren lassen
(inf: = very cold) person, part of bodyeiskalt; I’m frozenmir ist eiskalt; to be frozen stiff (person, part of body)steif gefroren sein; frozen to death or to the bonevöllig durchgefroren ? marrow
(= rigid) person, animalstarr; frozen in horror/with fearstarr or steif vor Schreck/vor Angst; I stood or was frozen to the spotich stand wie angewurzelt da; a village frozen in timeein Dorf, in dem die Zeit stehen geblieben ist; he felt as if he was frozen in timees war ihm, als sei die Zeit stehen geblieben
(Econ) prices, wageseingefroren; (Fin) accounteingefroren

frozen

:
frozen assets
pl (Fin) → festliegendes Kapital, eingefrorene Guthaben pl
frozen food
nTiefkühlkost f; frozen compartmentTiefkühlfach nt, → Gefrierfach nt
frozen shoulder
n (Med) → steife Schulter
frozen wastes
plewiges Eis

frozen

[ˈfrəʊzn]
1. pp of freeze
2. adj (food) → congelato/a; (industrially deep frozen) → surgelato/a (Econ) (assets) → bloccato/a
I'm frozen stiff → sono gelato fino alle ossa

freeze

(friːz) past tense froze (frəuz) : past participle frozen (ˈfrəuzn) verb
1. to make into or become ice. It's so cold that the river has frozen over.
2. (of weather) to be at or below freezing-point. If it freezes again tonight all my plants will die.
3. to make or be very cold. If you had stayed out all night in the snow you might have frozen to death (= died of exposure to cold).
4. to make (food) very cold in order to preserve it. You can freeze the rest of that food and eat it later.
5. to make or become stiff, still or unable to move (with fear etc). She froze when she heard the strange noise.
6. to fix prices, wages etc at a certain level. If the situation does not improve, wages will be frozen again.
noun
a period of very cold weather when temperatures are below freezing-point. How long do you think the freeze will last?
ˈfreezer noun
a cabinet for keeping food at, or bringing it down to, a temperature below freezing-point.
ˈfreezing adjective
very cold. This room's freezing.
ˈfrozen adjective
ˈfreezing-point noun
the temperature at which a liquid becomes solid. The freezing-point of water is 0 centigrade.
freeze up
to stop moving or functioning because of extreme cold. The car engine froze up.

frozen

مُتَجَمِّد zmrzlý frossen tiefgefroren κατεψυγμένος congelado jäätynyt gelé zamrznut congelato 凍った bevroren frossen zamrożony congelado замороженный djupfryst ซึ่งเป็นน้ำแข็ง donmuş đông lạnh 冻结的

frozen

a. pp. de to freeze, congelado-a;
v.
to become ___congelarse, helarse.

frozen

pp de freeze
References in classic literature ?
The frozen mud roads that led into town were fairly smooth and in places ice cov- ered the mud.
Beside a frozen pond something happened to the other sledge; Peter saw it plainly.
The ice-cream was passed around with cake--gold and silver cake arranged on platters in alternate slices; it had been made and frozen during the afternoon back of the kitchen by two black women, under the supervision of Victor.
But when her lips moved, the words they should have uttered appeared frozen by some new and sudden chill.
And, therefore, to this man,--whose whole poor and impalpable enjoyment of existence heretofore, and until both his heart and fancy died within him, had been a dream,--whose images of women had more and more lost their warmth and substance, and been frozen, like the pictures of secluded artists, into the chillest ideality,--to him, this little figure of the cheeriest household life was just what he required to bring him back into the breathing world.
But, as thoughts are frozen and utterance benumbed, unless the speaker stand in some true relation with his audience, it may be pardonable to imagine that a friend, a kind and apprehensive, though not the closest friend, is listening to our talk; and then, a native reserve being thawed by this genial consciousness, we may prate of the circumstances that lie around us, and even of ourself, but still keep the inmost Me behind its veil.
The answer to my appeal was instantaneous, but it came in the form of an extraordinary blast and chill, a gust of frozen air, and a shake of the room as great as if, in the wild wind, the casement had crashed in.
Yet Dives himself, he too lives like a Czar in an ice palace made of frozen sighs, and being a president of a temperance society, he only drinks the tepid tears of orphans.
where, when seamen fall overboard, they are sometimes found, months afterwards, perpendicularly frozen into the hearts of fields of ice, as a fly is found glued in amber.
They unwrapped him, and a man began vigorously rubbing his ears; and as they were frozen stiff, it took only two or three rubs to break them short off.
He laid down his paper, and went into the kitchen, and started, quite amazed at the sight that presented itself:--A young and slender woman, with garments torn and frozen, with one shoe gone, and the stocking torn away from the cut and bleeding foot, was laid back in a deadly swoon upon two chairs.
Even after I was frozen solid I could still distinguish that tickling, just as a corpse does when he is taking electric treatment.