Pronunciation of Freeze  


English Meaning

A frieze.

  1. To pass from the liquid to the solid state by loss of heat.
  2. To acquire a surface or coat of ice from cold: The lake froze over in January. Bridges freeze before the adjacent roads.
  3. To become clogged or jammed because of the formation of ice: The pipes froze in the basement.
  4. To be at that degree of temperature at which ice forms: It may freeze tonight.
  5. To be killed or harmed by cold or frost: They almost froze to death. Mulch keeps garden plants from freezing.
  6. To be or feel uncomfortably cold: Aren't you freezing without a coat?
  7. To become fixed, stuck, or attached by or as if by frost: The lock froze up with rust.
  8. To stop functioning properly, usually temporarily: My computer screen froze when I opened the infected program.
  9. To become motionless or immobile, as from surprise or attentiveness: I heard a sound and froze in my tracks.
  10. To become unable to act or speak, as from fear: froze in front of the audience.
  11. To become rigid and inflexible; solidify: an opinion that froze into dogma.
  12. To convert into ice.
  13. To cause ice to form upon.
  14. To cause to congeal or stiffen from extreme cold: winter cold that froze the ground.
  15. To preserve (foods, for example) by subjecting to freezing temperatures.
  16. To damage, kill, or make inoperative by cold or by the formation of ice.
  17. To make very cold; chill.
  18. To immobilize, as with fear or shock.
  19. To chill with an icy or formal manner: froze me with one look.
  20. To stop the motion or progress of: The negotiations were frozen by the refusal of either side to compromise.
  21. To fix (prices or wages, for example) at a given or current level.
  22. To prohibit further manufacture or use of.
  23. To prevent or restrict the exchange, withdrawal, liquidation, or granting of by governmental action: freeze investment loans during a depression; froze foreign assets held by U.S. banks.
  24. To capture or preserve a likeness of, as on film.
  25. To photograph (a subject) in mid-action so as to produce a still image.
  26. To stop (a moving film) at a particular image.
  27. To anesthetize by chilling.
  28. Sports To keep possession of (a ball or puck) so as to deny an opponent the opportunity to score.
  29. The act of freezing.
  30. The state of being frozen.
  31. A spell of cold weather; a frost.
  32. A restriction that forbids a quantity from rising above a given or current level: a freeze on city jobs; a proposed freeze on the production of nuclear weapons.
  33. freeze out To shut out or exclude, as by cold or unfriendly treatment: The others tried to freeze me out of the conversation.
  34. freeze (someone's) blood To affect with terror or dread; horrify: a scream that froze my blood.

Malayalam Meaning

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× നിശ്ചലമാവുക - Nishchalamaavuka | Nishchalamavuka
× മഞ്ഞായി മാറുക - Manjaayi Maaruka | Manjayi Maruka
× കട്ടിയാക്കുക - Kattiyaakkuka | Kattiyakkuka
× ഉറഞ്ഞു കട്ടിയാവുക - Uranju Kattiyaavuka | Uranju Kattiyavuka
× സ്ഥിരപ്പെടുത്തുക - Sthirappeduththuka | Sthirappeduthuka
× ഭയാക്രാന്തനാക്കുക - Bhayaakraanthanaakkuka | Bhayakranthanakkuka
× വളരെ താണതാപനിലയുള്ള ശീതീകരണികളിൽ ഭക്ഷ്യസാധനങ്ങളും മറ്റും സൂക്ഷിക്കൽ - Valare Thaanathaapanilayulla Sheetheekaranikalil Bhakshyasaadhanangalum Mattum Sookshikkal | Valare Thanathapanilayulla Sheetheekaranikalil Bhakshyasadhanangalum Mattum Sookshikkal
× വല്ലാത്ത മൂടൽമഞ്ഞ്‌ - Vallaaththa Moodalmanju | Vallatha Moodalmanju
× ഉറയുക - Urayuka


The Usage is actually taken from the Verse(s) of English+Malayalam Holy Bible.


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