noun Television, Movies.
an optical effect or technique in which a single frame of film is reprinted in a continuous series, which when shown gives the effect of a still photograph.
a button or other mechanism on a projector, videocassette system, etc., allowing one to stop the projected picture at any point.
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- freewill offering,
- freeze one's blood,
- freeze out,
Origin of freeze frame
First recorded in 1955–60
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Examples from the Web for freeze-frame
Every still life is secretly cinematic, some version of the freeze-frame.
films television a single frame of a film repeated to give an effect like a still photograph
a single frame of a video recording viewed as a still by stopping the tape
(tr) to make a freeze-frame of (an image)
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