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Synonyms for defrost



  • freeze (up)
  • frost
  • ice over or up

Synonyms for defrost

make or become free of frost or ice

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It warns that turkey should be defrosted thoroughly, as otherwise it may not cook evenly and harmful bacteria could survive the cooking process.
An ingenious system of moving doors enables each of the evaporators to be defrosted one by one.
Ideally a turkey should be defrosted in the fridge, but if space does not allow this, defrost in as cool a space as possible.
It was then imported frozen to Iceland, where it was defrosted, headed, filleted, boned, trimmed, salted and packed before being despatched to the EU with papers claiming it originated in Iceland.
Beacon's Smart Defrost technology actually senses frost accumulation and projects whether the system will need to be defrosted again before its next programmed defrost.
Employing electric heaters can consume one kilowatthour per day per linear foot of display case defrosted, or as much as 25 percent of all display case energy.
That means two can always be running while the third is defrosted.
The heat removed from the airflow by the evaporators in operation is effectively free and is simply moved to the evaporators being defrosted.
All round cakes are available as single 1 x 14ptn cakes with a 5 day defrosted shelf life when kept under a cake dome, for maximum versatility and to help caterers keep costs down.
The bloke phoned to confirm a delivery date and said: "You will make sure the old one is defrosted, won''t you?
Cook for 10 minutes until a lovely sauce has appeared and all the fruit has defrosted.
One officer came across a pounds 26,000 car that was being defrosted while its owner was inside having a cup of tea.
With some products, a manufacturer might decide that the food will be of a better quality if it is defrosted before cooking.
All Sheer Indulgence dessert sauces are frozen and packed in 12 x 60g sachets for individual portion control, and can be defrosted in the microwave before heating, or heated from frozen in a pan of boiling water or bain marie.