frozen (comparative more frozen, superlative most frozen)
- In the state of that which freezes; in ice form.
- The mammoth has been frozen for ten thousand years.
2013 July 26, Nick Miroff, “Mexico gets a taste for eating insects …”, in The Guardian Weekly, volume 189, number 7, page 32:
- The San Juan market is Mexico City's most famous deli of exotic meats, where an adventurous shopper can hunt down hard-to-find critters … But the priciest items in the market aren't the armadillo steaks or even the bluefin tuna. That would be the frozen chicatanas – giant winged ants – at around $500 a kilo.
- I just stood frozen as the robber pointed at me with his gun.
- (of a bank account) In a state such that transactions are not allowed.
in the state of that which freezes
- Asturian: xeláu
- Bengali: নিথর (nithara)
- Bulgarian: замразен (bg) (zamrazen), замръзнал (bg) (zamrǎznal), леден (bg) (leden)
- Catalan: gelat (ca)
- Mandarin: 凍結的, 冻结的 (dòngjié de), 冷凍的, 冷冻的 (lěngdòng de), 結冰的, 结冰的 (jiébīng de)
- Czech: zmrzlý, zamrzlý
- Dalmatian: glazait
- Danish: frossen
- Dutch: bevroren (nl)
- Finnish: (something/-one else has done it) jäädytetty (fi), pakastettu (fi); (the thing/person has frozen on its own) jäätynyt, pakastunut (fi)
- French: congelé (fr), gelé (fr)
- Friulian: inglačât, glačât
- Galician: xeado (gl), conxelado
- Georgian: გაყინული (gaq̇inuli)
- German: gefroren (de)
- Greek: κατεψυγμένος (el) (katepsygménos)
- Hebrew: קפוא (kafú')
- Irish: reoite
- past participle of freeze
- The mammoth was frozen shortly after death.