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freeze

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noun
1 putting a particular level on sth
ADJECTIVE
immediate
complete, total (esp. BrE)

a complete freeze on emissions

hiring (esp. AmE), pay, price, wage (esp. BrE)
VERB + FREEZE
impose

The government has imposed a price freeze on bread.

announce
PREPOSITION
freeze on

a freeze on fares

2 cold weather with a temperature below 0°
ADJECTIVE
big (esp. BrE), deep (AmE), hard (AmE)

The weather report advised us to prepare for a big freeze.

Internet advertising is still in a deep freeze. (AmE, figurative)

autumn, spring, etc. (esp. BrE)
FREEZE + NOUN
warning (AmE)

A hard freeze warning is in effect from midnight Sunday.

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verb
1 become ice/extremely cold
ADVERB
solid

The pond had frozen solid.

over, up

The lake has frozen over.

The pipes have frozen up.

quickly
PREPOSITION
into

like water freezing into ice

PHRASES
freeze to death

Hundreds of homeless people could freeze to death this winter.

Turn up the heat—I'm freezing to death! (figurative)

2 preserve food
ADVERB
well

Many vegetables freeze very well.

3 stop moving
ADVERB
suddenly
for a moment, for a second, momentarily

His smile froze for a moment.

immediately, instantly
completely
VERB + FREEZE
seem to

Suddenly, Ronny seemed to freeze.

PREPOSITION
in, with

She froze with horror when she saw the body.

into

Maggie's face had frozen into a cold mask.

PHRASES
freeze to the spot

He was so surprised he froze to the spot.

freeze on the spot (AmE)
4 wages/prices
ADVERB
effectively

Salaries were effectively frozen for six months.

PREPOSITION
at

Prices have been frozen at this level for over a year now.

Freeze is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑blood, ↑computer, ↑expression, ↑hand, ↑pipe, ↑smile, ↑water
Freeze is used with these nouns as the object: ↑asset, ↑embryo, ↑funding

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