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Hindi translation of 'freeze'

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freeze

/friːz फ़्रीज़्/
Word forms: freezes, freezing, froze, frozen
1. transitive or intransitive verb
If a liquid freezes, or if something freezes it, it becomes solid because of low temperatures.
जमाकर ठोस कर देना/जमकर ठोस हो जाना
Water freezes when the temperature drops below 0°C.
melt, thaw, boil

2. transitive or intransitive verb
If you freeze something such as food, you preserve it by storing it at a temperature below 0° Celsius. You can also talk about how well food freezes.
0 से कम तापमान पर खाद्यपदार्थ को सुरक्षित रखना/खाद्यपदार्थ का 0 से कम तापमान पर सुरक्षित रहना

3. intransitive verb
If you freeze, you feel very cold.
अत्यंत ठंड महसूस करना
Your hands will freeze if you don't wear gloves.

4. intransitive verb
If someone who is moving freezes, they suddenly stop and become completely still.
चलते हुए अचानक रुक जाना
She froze when she saw the lion.

5. transitive verb, countable noun
If the government or a company freeze an activity, prices, or wages, or if it puts a freeze on them, it states officially that it will not allow them to increase for a fixed period of time.
रोक देना/रोक nf
OPEC has agreed to freeze its oil production. ...a wage freeze.

6. transitive verb
If someone in authority freezes your bank accounts or other financial concerns, they obtain a legal order which stops you having access to them or using them.
रोक लगा देना

7.  see also freezing, frozen
freeze out
If you freeze someone out of an activity or situation, you prevent them from being involved in it by creating difficulties or by being unfriendly.
बाधाएं खड़ी कर रोक देना या बाहर कर देना

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Example Sentences Including 'freeze'

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Also bulk out meals with frozen peas and sweetcorn.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
It could just mean that the whole of the financial sector and the government freeze up.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
This is because the government has recently frozen carbon taxes, which increase the price of electricity.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Frozen veg have a bad reputation, but they are picked and frozen instantly and retain many of their nutrients.
The Sun (2014)
Hair ice forms when the air temperature is below freezing point while the ground remains above freezing.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
If there are positives about pay freezes there are also negatives.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
It's dark and freezing for eight months of the year.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
The trick is to get the fizz in there but stop before the food freezes.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
There at night the temperature can drop to below freezing.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
There was thunder and lightning and it was freezing cold.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
This big freeze is being caused by a traffic jam in the atmosphere.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
This is the ideal time to get stuck in before the ground becomes frozen.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
This makes uncomfortable reading when we recall the big freeze of six years ago.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
But can you answer these three questions about this famous freeze frame?
The Sun (2016)
They have certainly earned their corn during the big freeze.
The Sun (2010)
It's freezing on that ice.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
There are all sorts of combinations and none of them involves a swim across a freezing lake.
Times, Sunday Times (2017)
The limited fresh fish range is supported by a solid frozen section.
Smith, Drew Food Watch (1994)
Very little is lost when foods are quick frozen.
Martlew, Gillian & Silver, Shelley (ed) The Medicine Chest - your family's guide to prescription drugs (1988)
It came as huge areas of the country yesterday ground to a halt after overnight snow and freezing temperatures.
The Sun (2017)
My chicken was lukewarm with freezing cold tomatoes.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
On the other hand, exposure to wind lowers temperatures and increases evaporation; cold air trapped in a hollow can cause a pond to freeze for long periods.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Our lives are still frozen in time.
The Sun (2007)
Temperatures had been below freezing over the weekend.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The idea is for a crowd of people to stand perfectly still, as if frozen in time, while somebody else films them.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The next morning would be freezing and still from dawn until mid-morning, a small window of opportunity.
The Sun (2016)
The temperature dropped below freezing at night.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
This comes at a time when egg freezing is soaring.
Times, Sunday Times (2015)
This reduces friction and makes the train immune to frozen points and leaves on the line.
The Sun (2015)
Too cold and food freezes, which ruins salad and veg.
The Sun (2017)
We stacked up the blankets and jumpers but it was still freezing.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The nuclear freeze is another interesting case.
Salkie, Raphael The Chomsky Update - Linguistics and Politics (1990)

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'freeze' in Other Languages

British English: freeze /friːz/ VERB
water When water freezes, it is so cold that it becomes ice.
  • American English: freeze
  • Arabic: يَتَجَمَّدُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: congelar
  • Chinese: 冻结
  • Croatian: smrznuti
  • Czech: mrznout
  • Danish: fryse
  • Dutch: vriezen
  • European Spanish: congelarse
  • Finnish: jäätyä
  • French: geler
  • German: frieren
  • Greek: παγώνω
  • Italian: gelare
  • Japanese: 凍る
  • Korean: 얼다
  • Norwegian: fryse
  • Polish: zamarznąć
  • European Portuguese: congelar
  • Romanian: a îngheța
  • Russian: замерзать
  • Latin American Spanish: congelar
  • Swedish: frysa
  • Thai: กลายเป็นน้ำแข็ง
  • Turkish: donmak
  • Ukrainian: замерзати
  • Vietnamese: đông lại
British English: freeze /friːz/ VERB
food If you freeze food, you make it very cold so that it will not go bad.
  • American English: freeze
  • Arabic: يَتَجَمَّدُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: congelar
  • Chinese: 冷冻
  • Croatian: zalediti
  • Czech: mrazit
  • Danish: fryse
  • Dutch: invriezen
  • European Spanish: congelar
  • Finnish: pakastaa
  • French: congeler
  • German: einfrieren
  • Greek: παγώνω
  • Italian: congelare
  • Japanese: ・・・を冷凍する
  • Korean: 얼리다
  • Norwegian: nedfryse
  • Polish: zamrażać
  • European Portuguese: congelar
  • Romanian: a congela
  • Russian: заморозить
  • Latin American Spanish: congelar
  • Swedish: frysa
  • Thai: แช่แข็ง
  • Turkish: dondurmak
  • Ukrainian: заморожувати
  • Vietnamese: đông lạnh

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