freeze-dry freeze-dry


  • (v) preserve by rapid freezing and subsequently drying in a vacuum


  1. The freeze-dry technique is not new; it has commonly been used to preserve water-soluble drugs and blood plasma.
  2. Then I freeze-dry 'em before they thaw out.
  3. She should freeze-dry that demeanor, and disseminate it on her robin-egg-blue web site.


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    on August 28, 2013     Source: Gizmodo


  1. "If you want to see the girls at 34, you can turn on your television every night or rent the DVDs," Mr. King says. "I knew the one mistake I could make in the film was to freeze-dry them and pretend they weren't in their 40s now."
    on Apr 27, 2008 By: Michael Patrick King Source: WSBT-TV

  2. "I wish I could freeze-dry this game and take it to next weekend," Nishino said. "I can't find any negatives, and I don't think it's necessary to start looking for any."
    on Feb 24, 2007 By: Akira Nishino Source: The Daily Yomiuri

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