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Frozen vegetables also benefit from the addition of herbs during cooking. Stickland, Sue Planning the Organic Herb Garden (1986)Frozen veg can be just as good as fresh but without the added cost. The Sun (2013)Frozen peas often taste nicer than fresh ones. The Sun (2011)Frozen peas are quickly turned into my favourite standby soup. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Frozen vegetables and canned and frozen fruit can form the basis of your five a day of fruit and vegetables. The Sun (2013)Frozen yoghurt tastes exactly like ice cream, absolutely delicious. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Frozen veg on a stick, anyone? The Sun (2014)Frozen veg are usually much cheaper and can be healthier, too. The Sun (2011)Frozen peas are available year-round and can be stored in the freezer for up to a year. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Frozen peas are likely to be in the freezer and there's sure to be an onion knocking around. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Frozen veg is a great back-up. The Sun (2014)FROZEN peas can help treat gout. The Sun (2009)Frozen peas, for instance, have more vitamins in them than fresh peas. Ridgway, Roy Caring for your Unborn Child (1990)Frozen prawns suddenly become exciting dressed with a little honey, lemon and chilli, and mixed with lettuce and spring onions. Times, Sunday Times (2006)

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Translations for 'frozen'

British English: frozen /ˈfrəʊzn/ ADJECTIVE
If the ground is frozen, it has become very hard because the weather is very cold.
It was bitterly cold and the ground was frozen hard.
  • American English: frozen
  • Arabic: مُتَجَمِّد
  • Brazilian Portuguese: congelado
  • Chinese: 冻结的
  • Croatian: zamrznut
  • Czech: zmrzlý
  • Danish: frossen
  • Dutch: bevroren
  • European Spanish: congelado
  • Finnish: jäätynyt
  • French: gelé
  • German: tiefgefroren
  • Greek: κατεψυγμένος
  • Italian: congelato
  • Japanese: 凍った
  • Korean:
  • Norwegian: frossen
  • Polish: zamrożony
  • European Portuguese: congelado
  • Romanian: înghețat
  • Russian: замороженный
  • Latin American Spanish: congelado
  • Swedish: djupfryst
  • Thai: ซึ่งเป็นน้ำแข็ง
  • Turkish: donmuş
  • Ukrainian: заморожений
  • Vietnamese: đông lạnh

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