defrost

[ UK /dɪfɹˈɒst/ ]
[ US /dɪˈfɹɔst/ ]
VERB
  1. make or become free of frost or ice
    Defrost the car window
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How To Use defrost In A Sentence

  • When I got back from Florida last night and I was cranky and tired and hungry for something sweet, I defrosted the shortbread dough that I froze a few weeks back.
  • The engine was running and the defrosters were all on, but there was still a layer of snow and ice encrusting the windows. Brown-Eyed Girl
  • A frozen chicken should be allowed to defrost completely before cooking.
  • And then she subsequently froze, defrosted and refroze the beef? August « 2007 « knitnut.net
  • Switch on both front and rear defrosters and make sure the air conditioning is turned on.
  • Thieves have been preying on motorists who leave their keys in the ignition and engines running to defrost their cars.
  • Clean out the fridge with a clean cloth regularly and defrost the freezer every few months or if there's a large build up of ice.
  • Have been inspired by the immensely satisfying experiencing of defrosting the icebox on Sunday.
  • Once you've defrosted your meat sauce find yourself a nice baking dish.
  • But it doesn't take long to defrost, and it is a good thing to have a supply of in the freezer in case of impromptu guests or as the base for a quick easy meal.
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