frozen, past participle; froze, past tense; freezes, 3rd person singular present; freezing, present participle;
(of a liquid) Be turned into ice or another solid as a result of extreme cold
in the winter the milk froze
Turn (a liquid) into ice or another solid in such a way
(of something wet or containing liquid) Become blocked, covered, or rigid with ice
the pipes had frozen
Cause (something wet or containing liquid) to become blocked, covered, or rigid with ice
the ground was frozen hard
Be or feel so cold that one is near death (often used hyperbolically)
you'll freeze to death standing there
(of the weather) Cause (someone) to feel so cold that they are near death
(of the weather) Be at or below freezing
at night it froze again
Deprive (a part of the body) of feeling, esp. by the application of a chilled anesthetic substance
Treat (someone) with a cold manner; stare coldly at (someone)
she would freeze him with a look when he tried to talk to her
Store (something) at a very low temperature in order to preserve it
the cake can be frozen
(of food) Be able to be preserved in such a way
this soup freezes well
Become suddenly motionless or paralyzed with fear or shock
Mathewson froze on the spot, unable to take the next step
Stop moving when ordered or directed
Hold (something) at a fixed level or in a fixed state for a period of time
new spending on defense was to be frozen
Prevent (assets) from being used for a period of time
the charity's bank account has been frozen
Stop (a moving image) at a particular frame when filming or viewing
the camera will set fast shutter speeds to freeze the action
(of a computer screen) Become temporarily locked because of system problems
An act of holding or being held at a fixed level or in a fixed state
workers faced a pay freeze
A period of frost or very cold weather
the big freeze surprised the weathermen
the withdrawal of heat to change something from a liquid to a solid
stop moving or become immobilized; "When he saw the police car he froze"
change to ice; "The water in the bowl froze"
weather cold enough to cause freezing
an interruption or temporary suspension of progress or movement; "a halt in the arms race"; "a nuclear freeze"
be cold; "I could freeze to death in this office when the air conditioning is turned on"
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In computing, a hang or freeze occurs when either a single computer program or the whole system ceases to respond to inputs. ...
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(freezing) The change in state of a substance from liquid to solid by cooling to a critically low temperature; The action of numbing with anesthetics; Suffering or causing frost; Very cold
(Freezes) These are usually done at a end of a bboy set, they are sylish poses where the bboy hits a certain shape and holds it for a number of seconds.
(Freezing) temporary, involuntary inability to move.
(Freezing) air temperatures when newspaper becomes your best friend (as padding between your two layers of socks, and between your ‘parker’ and your plaid shirt). Who needs all ten fingers anyway?
(Freezing) Refusal to give up a retrieve freely.
(FREEZING) As you probably already know, many baked goods like cookies, cakes and crusts are freezable. The key to having what you pull out of the freezer taste as good as when you put it in is - to pack it airtight; air is what causes freezer burn and off tastes.
(FREEZING) Continuation of a block for several seconds until it is under voluntary control. (Builds feeling of controlling stuttering blocks, reduces tension in the block)
(FREEZING) Mixes liquors, mixers, and ice in such a way as to create a thick, frozen drink. Place correct amount of ice in blender container along with liquors and mixers. Place lid on container and blend until drink is smooth and consistent, with no ice cubes or chunks present.
(Freezing) A dog that refuses to release a bird to his handler is said to "freeze" on the bird. Also called "sticking".
(Freezing) A stabilization technique for water damaged materials. Provides time for establishing work areas and allows postponement of treatment. Wet paper will increase in size as much as 8% upon freezing; some physical distortion should, therefore, be expected.
(Freezing) Adding water to packs of ammonium nitrate causes a cooling reaction that can freeze ice.
(Freezing) More tender herbs, including basil, chives, cilantro, dill, parsley, and tarragon are best preserved by freezing. Some, like basil, will turn black, and all will lose their texture, but frozen herbs keep their fresh flavor for using in cooked dishes. ...