defrost defrost  /dɪf ˈrɔst/


  • (v) make or become free of frost or ice



  1. Billionaires are even more removed, nestled atop fantastic wealth where they never again have to place their own calls or defrost dinner or fly commercial.
  2. One on the city's West Side, ignited accidentally by a homeowner who used a blowtorch to defrost his frozen plumbing, ultimately destroyed 15 houses.
  3. One suggestion was to have three girls discover a caveman frozen in a block of ice; they would defrost him, and the four of them would go off on adventures.


  • 1997 Ford F250 Super Duty Reviews

    Front brake pads needed to be replaced when I got it. A/C doesn't work and only blows defrost. Under valve cover harness needed to be replaced. Bad sensor somewhere?
    on June 19, 2013     Source:


  1. "It's very nice to be in Tampa; it was snowing on our way here. They had to defrost the plane there was so much snow on the ground. It's the Super Bowl and it's a great event to take part in and, personally, I love the South, everything about being...
    on Jan 26, 2009 By: Hines Ward Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "The new 15-minute 'thaw' in our credit freeze law is as convenient as the defrost feature on your microwave," Attorney General Rob McKenna said. "Your credit files are ready when you want them to be."
    on Sep 10, 2008 By: Rob McKenna Source: Seattle Medium

  3. "It's cities we don't get to go to too often, but playing in Canadian cities that we get to play in once a year is fun and then we get to go down south and defrost for a little bit," forward Ryan Kesler said."Then back up to Minnesota which...
    on Jan 30, 2010 By: Ryan Kesler Source:

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