Freeze [verb]

Definition of Freeze:

make cold enough to become solid

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Sentence/Example of Freeze:

Most or all spots except right near the water should see a freeze.

The system was among the first in the country to announce service cuts and a hiring freeze in hopes of conserving cash.

Patchy frost and freeze spots are possible — bring in those outdoor plants if you’ve potted them!

The visa freeze is due to expire at the end of the year, and people such as Bowman have vowed to keep their doors open once a new season starts, probably next year.

BBC Global News, the commercial, international arm of the BBC, has, like other publishers, weathered sudden double-digit percentage drops in digital ad revenue over the last six months from coronavirus-induced spending freezes.

For instance, we froze public-sector pay, but we omitted from that freeze the very lowest-paid.

I have paid to have a fire kept up in the furnace for a week so that the pipes would not freeze.

Cold words freeze people, and hot words scorch them, and bitter words make them bitter, and wrathful words make them wrathful.

When the soil pipe from a water-closet is exposed in cold weather it may freeze up or be clogged by urinary deposits.

The newcomer would import an element of caste and class which would freeze mother and daughter to the bones.