deep-freeze


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Synonyms for deep-freeze

electric refrigerator (trade name Deepfreeze) in which food is frozen and stored for long periods of time

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With the addition of deep-freeze hall number 6, completed in May 2005, it now has capacity for 30,000 pallets, or about 30,000 tons.
More than 100 corpses, including baseball legend Ted Williams, have been "cryogenically frozen," or placed in deep-freeze storage.
The scientists and engineers take visitors from deep-freeze space testing labs to the simulated surface of Mars.
Every product is made from quality chicken meat, initially being offered as fresh food, although plans are in place to manufacture individual products from the line for the deep-freeze sector.
At some time, the ocean over the plateau began to cool as a continent-circling ocean current started to seal off the Antarctic climate, sending it into its current deep-freeze state.