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refreeze

(riːˈfriːz)
vb, -freezes, -freezing, -froze or -frozen
to freeze or be frozen again after having defrosted

refreeze


Past participle: refrozen
Gerund: refreezing

Imperative
refreeze
refreeze
Present
I refreeze
you refreeze
he/she/it refreezes
we refreeze
you refreeze
they refreeze
Preterite
I refroze
you refroze
he/she/it refroze
we refroze
you refroze
they refroze
Present Continuous
I am refreezing
you are refreezing
he/she/it is refreezing
we are refreezing
you are refreezing
they are refreezing
Present Perfect
I have refrozen
you have refrozen
he/she/it has refrozen
we have refrozen
you have refrozen
they have refrozen
Past Continuous
I was refreezing
you were refreezing
he/she/it was refreezing
we were refreezing
you were refreezing
they were refreezing
Past Perfect
I had refrozen
you had refrozen
he/she/it had refrozen
we had refrozen
you had refrozen
they had refrozen
Future
I will refreeze
you will refreeze
he/she/it will refreeze
we will refreeze
you will refreeze
they will refreeze
Future Perfect
I will have refrozen
you will have refrozen
he/she/it will have refrozen
we will have refrozen
you will have refrozen
they will have refrozen
Future Continuous
I will be refreezing
you will be refreezing
he/she/it will be refreezing
we will be refreezing
you will be refreezing
they will be refreezing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been refreezing
you have been refreezing
he/she/it has been refreezing
we have been refreezing
you have been refreezing
they have been refreezing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been refreezing
you will have been refreezing
he/she/it will have been refreezing
we will have been refreezing
you will have been refreezing
they will have been refreezing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been refreezing
you had been refreezing
he/she/it had been refreezing
we had been refreezing
you had been refreezing
they had been refreezing
Conditional
I would refreeze
you would refreeze
he/she/it would refreeze
we would refreeze
you would refreeze
they would refreeze
Past Conditional
I would have refrozen
you would have refrozen
he/she/it would have refrozen
we would have refrozen
you would have refrozen
they would have refrozen
References in periodicals archive ?
The lawsuit demanded refreezing Salem's assets after he finalised a reconciliation deal with the authority, whereby he transferred 75% of his wealth to the state in exchange for enabling him to return to Egypt, waiving all corruption charges against him, and removing the freeze on his assets.
The research team found that nighttime cloud cover created a blanket effect and stifled the refreezing of ice that had melted during the day, leading to even more melting.
The most recent news from the Antarctic is that sea ice is increasing; the man-made climate change rationalisation of this is that the ice under the cap is melting, and refreezing when it hits the ocean.
Robin Bell, a geophysicist at Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory said that the refreezing process uplifts, distorts and warms the ice above, making it softer and easier to flow.
We think the refreezing process uplifts, distorts and warms the ice above, making it softer and easier to flow.
Refreezing the culture requires creating new artifacts.
Couple that with the sudden warming then refreezing that accompanied recent precipitation, and snow became ice.
A Ras Al Khaimah restaurant has been caught illegally refreezing the remains of defrosted meat, and later offering them for sale as fresh meals.
Some of the incorrect practices noticed by inspectors during the campaign included improper storing of cooked foods, not covering food containers, use of cloth pieces for cleaning instead of paper napkins, storing salads in coloured plastic containers instead of steel containers with lids, lack of usage of insect repellents, keeping dustbins open, refreezing frozen meats and chicken, and not cleaning tools after use.
The unseasonal weather brought temperatures to 15C earlier in the week, which meant refreezing the ice has been very difficult.