a liquid used in the radiator of an internal-combustion engine to lower the freezing point of the cooling medium.
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How to use antifreeze in a sentence
McCarthy related the time he brought cookies and antifreeze to a woman whose car was having trouble at the entrance to his neighborhood.Speeches usually use words to express ideas. Unless you are Kevin McCarthy. | Alexandra Petri | November 19, 2021 | Washington Post
The “Pfizer-is-filled-with-antifreeze” talking point has become a popular myth among anti-vaxxers.The Bonkers Lawsuit to Stop the Pentagon’s Vaccine Mandate | Adam Rawnsley | September 30, 2021 | The Daily Beast
By taking a page from nature, my colleagues and I hope to develop effective but more benign antifreeze compounds.
Fish, insects, and even some plants have learned to adapt to cold climates over hundreds of thousands of years by making their own antifreeze agents to survive subfreezing temperatures.
While there’s still much we don’t understand, we are using advanced computer modeling to see how antifreeze proteins interact with water molecules.
The cinnamon-flavored swill has been recalled in Europe over a chemical found in antifreeze.Europeans Recall Fireball Whiskey Over a Sweetener Also Used in Antifreeze | Tim Mak | October 28, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
They're like the kid who puts antifreeze in the gas tank and then says see, I told you that car wouldn't run.
Here I was thinking I was cheating death when I was more likely inhaling Chinese-made antifreeze.
Propylene glycol as a liquid, he told me, is “similar to antifreeze.”
Propylene glycol, on the other hand, is used to reduce the toxicity of antifreeze.
British Dictionary definitions for antifreeze
a liquid, usually ethylene glycol (ethanediol), added to cooling water to lower its freezing point, esp for use in an internal-combustion engine
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