refrigerator

[ ri-frij-uh-rey-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF refrigerator

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Pieces of charcoal should also be put in the refrigerator and changed often.

Pascal was standing by the refrigerator, exactly where she had left him.

He knew where the kettle was, the refrigerator, the mixings.

Kneeling down at the refrigerator, she fumbled for the lock.

But she was rather shocked to note that the butter had not been put away in the refrigerator.

They had taken a cadaver from the refrigerator and stood it in a certain position.

So I had to rummage through the refrigerator and use my own judgment.

The eggs and oil should be kept in the refrigerator and be ice cold.

Put aside to cool and then set it in refrigerator for a few hours.

Some of the appliances were gone, but the stove and the refrigerator were still there.

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