freeze

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freeze englannista suomeksi

  1. jäätyä

  2. pakastaa

  3. käyttäytyä jäätävästi

  4. jähmettyä, jähmettyä paikalleen

  5. pysähdys

  6. jäädyttää

  7. jäädyttäminen, palkkasulku

  8. paleltua

  9. puuduttaa jäädyttämällä

  10. jäätyminen

  11. olla pakkanen

  12. pakkanen

  1. jäätyä water and similar; jähmettyä other substances

  2. jäädyttää water and similar; pakastaa food for storing; jähmettää other substances

  3. pakastaa, olla pakkasta">olla pakkasta, pakastua

  4. jäätää; jäätyä

  5. hyytyä

  6. jähmettyä

  7. jähmettää

  8. kylmetä, viiletä lose; kylmentää, viilentää to cause to lose

  9. palelluttaa

  10. sulkea, jäädyttää

  11. pakkanen

  12. jäädytys, sulku

  13. jumi colloquial

  14. jäädytys, sulku, kielto

  15. palkkasulku

freeze englanniksi

  1. Especially of a liquid, to become solid due to low temperature.

  2. (ux)

  3. 1855, Wadsworth Longfellow|Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, ''Song of Hiawatha/Book 20|The Song of Hiawatha'', Book XX: ''The Famine'',

  4. Ever thicker, thicker, thicker / Froze the ice on lake and river,
  5. 1913, Cather|Willa Cather, ''Pioneers!/Winter Memories, I|O Pioneers!'', ''Winter Memories'', I,

  6. He got to Dawson before the river froze, and now I suppose I won't hear any more until spring.
  7. 1915, Stackhouse Atkinson|Eleanor Stackhouse Atkinson, ''How and Why Library/Wonders/Section II|The How and Why Library: Wonders'', Section II: ''Water'',

  8. Running water does not freeze as easily as still water.
  9. To lower something's temperature to the point that it freezes or becomes hard.

  10. 1888, Lönnrot|Elias Lönnrot, Martin Crawford (scholar)|John Martin Crawford (translator, from German), ''Kalevala/Rune XXX|The Kalevala'', Rune XXX: ''The Frost-fiend'',

  11. Freeze the wizard in his vessel, / Freeze to ice the wicked Ahti, ...
  12. To drop to a temperature below zero degrees celsius, where water turns to ice.

  13. To be affected by extreme cold.

  14. (of machines and software) To come to a sudden halt, stop working (functioning).

  15. (syn)

  16. (of people and other animals) To stop (become motionless) or be stopped due to attentiveness, fear, surprise, etc.

  17. (quote-text)|title=and the Jewels of Opar/Chapter III|Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar|chapter=III|passage=As Tarzan rose upon the body of his kill to scream forth his hideous victory cry into the face of the moon the wind carried to his nostrils something which froze him to statuesque immobility and silence.

  18. (quote-text)|title=of Gwahlur/Chapter IV|Jewels of Gwahlur|chapter=IV|passage=They froze on their knees, their faces turned upward with a ghastly blue hue in the sudden glare of a weird light that burst blindingly up near the lofty roof and then burned with a throbbing glow.

  19. To cause someone to become motionless.

  20. (quote-book)

  21. To lose or cause to lose warmth of feeling; to out; to ostracize.

  22. 1898, (w), John George Dow (editor), ''Selections from the poems of Robert Burns'', page lviii,

  23. The other side to this sunny gladness of natural love is his pity for their sufferings when their own mother's heart seems to freeze towards them.
  24. (quote-text)

  25. 1988, Edward Holland Spicer, Kathleen M. Sands, Rosamond B. Spicer, ''People of Pascua'', page 37,

  26. If you cheat them, they don't say anything but after that they freeze towards you.
  27. To cause loss of animation or life in, from lack of heat; to give the sensation of cold to; to chill.

  28. (RQ:Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet)

  29. To prevent the movement or liquidation of a person's financial assets

  30. Of prices, spending etc., to keep at the same level, without any increase.

  31. (quote-journal)

  32. To prevent from showing any visible change.

  33. A period of intensely cold weather.

  34. 2009, Pietra Rivoli, ''The Travels of a T-shirt in the Global Economy'', 2nd Edition, page 38,

  35. In order to work properly, the cotton stripper required that the plant be brown and brittle, as happened after a freeze, so that the cotton bolls could snap off easily.
  36. A halt of a regular operation.

  37. 1982 October, William Epstein, ''The freeze: a hot issue at the United Nations'', in ''Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists'',

  38. Without a freeze it might be possible to proceed with the production and deployment of such destabilizing systems as the MX, Trident II, cruise missiles and SS-18s, -19s and -20s.
  39. 1983 October 3, (w), speech, ''and Tolerance in America|Truth and Tolerance in America'',

  40. Critics may oppose the nuclear freeze for what they regard as moral reasons.
  41. 1985 April 27, Reagan|Ronald Reagan, ''Radio Address - 27 April 1985|Presidential Radio Address'',

  42. Many of our opponents in Congress are advocating a freeze in Federal spending and an increase in taxes.
  43. The state when either a single computer program, or the whole system ceases to respond to inputs.

  44. A precise draw weight shot where a delivered stone comes to a stand-still against a stationary stone, making it nearly impossible to knock out.

  45. A block on pay rises or on the hiring of new employees etc.

  46. (obsolete form of)