(of a liquid) be turned into ice or another solid as a result of extreme cold.
"in the winter the milk froze"
turn (a liquid) into ice or another solid.
(of something wet or containing liquid) become blocked, covered, or rigid with ice.
"the pipes had frozen"
synonyms: ice over, ice up, solidify
"the stream had frozen"
antonyms: thaw, melt
cause (something wet or containing liquid) to become blocked, covered, or rigid with ice.
"the ground was frozen hard"
synonyms: icy, ice-covered, ice-bound, frosty, frosted, gelid; More
be or feel so cold that one is near death (often used hyperbolically).
"you'll freeze to death standing there"
synonyms: be very cold, be numb with cold, turn blue with cold, shiver, be chilled to the bone/marrow
"the campers stifled in summer and froze in winter"
(of the weather) be at or below freezing.
"at night it froze again"
deprive (a part of the body) of feeling, especially by the application of a chilled anesthetic substance.
treat (someone) with a cold manner; stare coldly at (someone).
"she would freeze him with a look when he tried to talk to her"
store (something) at a very low temperature