quick-freeze [kwik-freez] Word Origin verb (used with object), quick-froze, quick-fro·zen, quick-freez·ing.

  1. to freeze (cooked or uncooked food) rapidly, permitting it to be stored almost indefinitely at freezing temperatures.

Origin of quick-freeze First recorded in 1925–30 Also called flash-freeze, sharp-freeze. British Dictionary definitions for quick-freeze quick-freeze verb -freezes, -freezing, -froze or -frozen

  1. (tr) to preserve (food) by subjecting it to rapid refrigeration at temperatures of 0°C or lower

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