Unfreeze \Un*freeze"\, v. t. [1st pref. un- + freeze.] To thaw. [Obs.] [1913 Webster]

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  • unfreeze — ► VERB (past unfroze; past part. unfrozen) 1) thaw. 2) remove restrictions on the use of (an asset) …   English terms dictionary

  • unfreeze — [unfrēz′] vt. unfroze, unfrozen, unfreezing [ UN + FREEZE] 1. to cause to thaw ☆ 2. to remove financial controls from (prices, a raw material, etc.) …   English World dictionary

  • unfreeze — transitive verb (unfroze; unfrozen; freezing) Date: 1584 1. to cause to thaw 2. to remove from a freeze < unfreeze wages > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • unfreeze — /un freez /, v., unfroze, unfrozen, unfreezing. v.t. 1. to cause to thaw; melt. 2. to remove or relax controls or restrictions on (funds, prices, rents, etc.). v.i. 3. to become unfrozen; thaw. [1575 85; UN 2 + FREEZE] * * * …   Universalium

  • unfreeze — verb a) To defrost something. b) To release from a previously locked or frozen state. Syn: defrost Ant: freeze …   Wiktionary

  • unfreeze — v. warm, thaw; cancel a price freeze …   English contemporary dictionary

  • unfreeze — verb (past unfroze; past participle unfrozen) 1》 thaw. 2》 remove restrictions on the use of (an asset) …   English new terms dictionary

  • unfreeze — un·freeze …   English syllables

  • unfreeze — [c]/ʌnˈfriz/ (say un freez) verb (unfroze, unfrozen, unfreezing) –verb (t) 1. to thaw out; cause to thaw. 2. to relax restrictions on (prices, incomes, credit, etc.). 3. to lift controls from the manufacture of or dealing in (a commodity or the… …   Australian English dictionary

  • unfreeze — v. (past unfroze; past part. unfrozen) 1 tr. cause to thaw. 2 intr. thaw. 3 tr. remove restrictions from, make (assets, credits, etc.) realizable …   Useful english dictionary

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