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The lake freezes in winter.
The water in the cat’s bowl was frozen solid.
Liquid nitrogen freezes at minus 209 degrees Celsius.
The soil had frozen.
The blanket had frozen to the windscreen.
You should freeze meat on the day that you buy it.
Strawberries don’t freeze very well.
The embryos are frozen at minus 20 degrees and stored.
You’ll freeze if you go out in that thin coat.
The lambs looked as if they had frozen to death in the snow.
Freeze! Don’t move a muscle!
Kate froze in horror when she saw all the blood.
I stood frozen to the spot, unable to believe my eyes.
Their wine glasses frozen in mid-air, they all stared at me.
It seemed as though time had frozen.
Wages were frozen until the end of December.
We are freezing prices at 2006 levels.
The courts have frozen her bank account.
The company’s assets could be frozen by the banks.