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freezer

[ free-zer ]
/ ˈfri zər /
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noun
a refrigerator, refrigerator compartment, cabinet, or room held at or below 32°F (0°C), used especially for preserving and storing food.
a machine containing cold brine, ice, etc., for making ice cream, sherbet, or the like.
a person or thing that freezes or chills.
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Origin of freezer

First recorded in 1835–45; freeze + -er1
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British Dictionary definitions for freezer

freezer
/ (ˈfriːzə) /

noun
Also called: deepfreeze a device that freezes or chills, esp an insulated cold-storage cabinet for long-term storage of perishable foodstuffs
a former name for refrigerator
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