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Definition of 'freezer'

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Store in an airtight container in the freezer for up to two weeks. The Sun (2016)Place in the freezer for 10 minutes. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Pour into a big bowl lined with clingfilm and put in the freezer for 1-2 hours. The Sun (2016)Make sure you have enough tin foil, food wrap and freezer bags. The Sun (2016) Fill your freezer, stock up your cupboards and tuck away some treats to make the best of the festive season. The Sun (2016)The really eye-catching feature is the freezer cabinets displaying a range of fish and meat that somehow avoids sprouting ice crystals. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We don't say there is a tax on washing machines or fridge freezers or something, do we? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Keep your freezer full and your fridge not so full. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Store in an airtight container in the freezer. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Whisk again and return to the freezer for another hour. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Put your shapes into a fridge or freezer for an hour or so to set. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Everything had to come straight from the shelf or the freezer cabinet. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Wrap each disc in clingfilm and place in the freezer for ten minutes to firm. The Sun (2012)For them she filled her chest freezer with pies and devotion. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Put a strong container in the freezer to chill. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Pop in the freezer for one hour or until firm but not frozen. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But most do have a freezer cabinet and canned fruit and veg. The Sun (2013)Place in a snug container or a large freezer bag and pour over all the marinade. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But nobody turned up for days and we lost a freezer full of food. The Sun (2014)Place in a freezer container and freeze overnight. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Place the tray in the freezer for two hours or until fully set. The Sun (2012)Not to mention the thawed, spoilt food in the freezer. The Sun (2014)It will last in the fridge for a week, or the freezer for a year. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Don't keep food in a freezer indefinitely. The Sun (2013)Wrap each one in clingfilm and pop in the freezer for 15-20 minutes. Times, Sunday Times (2012)One woman called to inquire about cooking a turkey that had been in her freezer for twenty-three years. Christianity Today (2000)

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Translations for 'freezer'

British English: freezer /ˈfriːzə/ NOUN
A freezer is a fridge in which the temperature is kept below freezing point so that you can store food inside it for long periods.
  • American English: freezer
  • Arabic: ثَلَّاجَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: congelador
  • Chinese: 冷冻柜
  • Croatian: zamrzivač
  • Czech: mraznička
  • Danish: fryser
  • Dutch: diepvries
  • European Spanish: congelador
  • Finnish: pakastin
  • French: congélateur
  • German: Gefrierfach
  • Greek: κατάψυξη
  • Italian: congelatore
  • Japanese: 冷凍庫
  • Korean: 냉동고
  • Norwegian: dypfryser
  • Polish: zamrażalnik
  • European Portuguese: congelador
  • Romanian: congelator
  • Russian: морозильник
  • Latin American Spanish: congelador
  • Swedish: frys
  • Thai: ตู้แช่แข็ง
  • Turkish: dondurucu derin
  • Ukrainian: морозильна камера
  • Vietnamese: tủ đá

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