verb (used with object), deep-freezed or deep-froze, deep-freezed or deep-fro·zen, deep-freez·ing.
Definition for deep-freeze (2 of 2)
Origin of deep freeze
Examples from the Web for deep-freeze
It would seem Bennett has decided to defrost a security perspective that went into deep-freeze in the 1970s.Naftali Bennett's Security Strategy is Frozen in the 1970s|Gen.(res.) Nati Sharoni|November 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The job number called for a deep-freeze showcase, and there were exactly two hundred and seven detail drawings involved.Felony|James Causey
She put her parcel on a deep-freeze unit and pulled off its paper covering.Creatures of the Abyss|Murray Leinster
Word Origin and History for deep-freeze
registered trademark (U.S. Patent Office, 1941) of a type of refrigerator; used generically for "cold storage" since 1949.