deep freeze: Meaning and Definition of

deep' freeze'

Pronunciation: [key]
  1. a state or period of halted or suspended activity or progress: High interest rates created a deep freeze in housing construction.
  2. suspended animation.
  3. to stop or suspend the activity or progress of: A series of quarrels put their romance into the deep freeze.


Pronunciation: (dēp'frēz", -frēz'), [key]
— Trademark. Trademark.
  1. a brand of deep freezer.


Pronunciation: (dēp'frēz'), [key]
— -freezed -froze, -freezed -fro•zen, -freez•ing.
  1. to quick-freeze (food).
  2. to store in a frozen state.
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