unfreeze

[ UK /ʌnfɹˈiːz/ ]
VERB
  1. make (assets) available
    release the holdings in the dictator's bank account
  2. become or cause to become soft or liquid
    The heat melted the wax
    The giant iceberg dissolved over the years during the global warming phase
    the ice thawed
    The sun melted the ice
    the ice cream melted
    dethaw the meat
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How To Use unfreeze In A Sentence

  • A little raw meat - frozen poultry bits from any supermarket, say - left to unfreeze in a warm, moist atmosphere would do the trick. UNTO THE GRAVE
  • OK, I know they don't want to do the same "Megatron unfreezes" scene again, but still. Proper Credits for Transformers
  • And as people start to be more secure about where they are, the economy unfreezes and recovers. Creating or Saving Jobs? - Erick’s blog - RedState
  • A little raw meat - frozen poultry bits from any supermarket, say - left to unfreeze in a warm, moist atmosphere would do the trick. UNTO THE GRAVE
  • As a result of his investigations the US government was forced into a series of embarrassing retractions and had to unfreeze $24 million of assets.
  • She is calling on the State to unfreeze the assets of her family.
  • They will punch through to freedom, unfreeze synapses, road-test fantasies. THE BOOK OF THE DIE
  • The government, however, believed that Wang used the documents to try to unfreeze money being held in Swiss banks.
  • The 15 council members voted unanimously to allow Ariana to resume international flights, which were halted in October 1999, and to unfreeze the airline's assets.
  • Britain is to open negotiations at the UN to unfreeze assets running into hundreds of millions of pounds to be funnelled to the Libyan rebel council that was recognised by the UK on Wednesday as the "sole governmental authority" in the country. Libya: Britain cuts last ties with Gaddafi regime
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