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Pronunciation of Freezing: Learn how to pronounce Freezing in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word freeze:

verb (past froze /frəʊz/; past participle frozen /ˈfrəʊz(ə)n/)
1(with reference to a liquid) turn or be turned into ice or another solid as a result of extreme cold:
[no object]:
in the winter the milk froze
[with object]:
frost freezes water that has seeped into joints
become or cause to become blocked, covered, or rigid with ice:
[no object]:
the pipes had frozen
[with complement]:
the ground was frozen hard
be so cold that one feels near death (often used hyperbolically):
you’ll freeze to death standing there
[with object] deprive (a part of the body) of feeling, especially by the application of a chilled anaesthetic substance.
2 [with object] store (something) at a very low temperature in order to preserve it:
the cake can be frozen
[no object, with complement] (of food) be able to be preserved at a very low temperature:
this soup freezes well
3 [no object] become suddenly motionless or paralysed with fear or shock:
she froze in horror
stop moving when ordered:
she came out with a revolver and told the boys to freeze
4 [with object] hold (something) at a fixed level or in a fixed state for a period of time:
new spending on defence was to be frozen
prevent (assets) from being used for a period of time:
the charity’s bank account has been frozen
stop (a moving image) at a particular frame when filming or viewing:
the camera will set fast shutter speeds to freeze the action
[no object] (of a computer screen) become temporarily locked because of system problems.
5 [with object] stare coldly at (someone); treat coldly:
she would freeze him with a look when he tried to talk to her
1an act of holding or being held at a fixed level or in a fixed state:
workers faced a pay freeze
short for freeze-frame.
2a period of frost or very cold weather:
the big freeze surprised the weathermen