deep-freezing


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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).

deep-freezing

n
the process of freezing food at a very low temperature for storage
Translations

deep-freezing

[ˌdiːpˈfriːzɪŋ] N (at home) → congelación f; (in factory) → ultracongelación f
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