Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Fridge"

The meaning of "Fridge" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I'm going to pop them back into the fridge to just let the chocolate set. mean?
A: pop back = quickly put / return

just let = only allow this

set = go hard
Q: What does You knocked out the fridge mean?
A: It means you caused the fridge to stop working by pulling the plug out or turning off the electricity supply to it (or indeed causing the fuses in the circuit to blow...).
Q: What does "It's in the fridge,daddy-o. Are you hep to the jive?" mean?
A: @kein7: This sentence has a lot of old slang in it! It means, "It is in the refrigerator. Do you understand?" Also, it is "hip" and not "hep".

Example sentences using "Fridge"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "make the fridge". What did Ellen mean when using that phrase on this post?.
A: It’s common for school photos to be put on the fridge. She is saying if your school picture wasn’t “good enough” to be put on the fridge then send it to her.

Synonyms of "Fridge" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between fridge and refrigerator and cooler and freezer and icebox ?
A: Refrigerator and fridge are the exact same. “Fridge” is literally a shortened version of the word “Refrigerator”

A refrigerator / fridge is what you store food in to keep it cool (not very very cold)

Freezer = very very cold, where you put things you want to be frozen (like ice, or ice cream or other frozen food)

Cooler = usually a small box. (like a mini fridge) If you were going on a picnic you might bring a cooler for cold drinks

Icebox = sane as a cooler, i don’t hear this word in England (at least not in the South where i live)
Q: What is the difference between fridge and freezer ?
A: The “fridge” is the larger part of a refrigerator where you would keep things like vegetables, dairy products, sauces. A freezer is the colder (and usually smaller) part which you store things like ice cream or meat which needs to be keep very cold or needs to last for a long time.
Q: What is the difference between fridge and refrigerator ?
A: Both are fine! Fridge is more colloquial (because it’s derived from ‘Refrigerator’) in comparison to Refrigerator though.
Q: What is the difference between fridge and refridgerator ?
A: Fridge is the shortened version of refrigerator
Q: What is the difference between fridge and freezer ?
A: Fridge is just where you keep cool your food and freezer is where you put food or something expecting for it to freeze

Translations of "Fridge"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? fridge
A: ψυγείο
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? fridge
A: refrigirator
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? fridge
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Mere fridge ab purani ho gaye hai ab usse mai badaldunga
A: My fridge is old now, I will change it
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? fridge
A: fridge. refrigerator. Frigidaire

Other questions about "Fridge"

Q: I feel my age.I can not remember why I came downstairs.I have put the remote in the fridge when getting something to drink.I am not sure, but it may happen to be the best of us.  does this sound natural?
A: You can say "I feel my age" but it doesn't sound super natural.

I feel my age. I cannot remember why I came downstairs. In the past, I have put the remote in the fridge when getting something to drink. I'm not sure why, but it seems to happen to the best of us.

-I included "in the past" because the first sentence is in the past tense (as if it just happened) and the second sentence is in the past perfect.
-And I changed up the last sentence to make a little more sense.
-You could maybe say something like: "I can really feel the affects of age" -just an idea, hope this helps!
Q: I would need a fridge to put the cake in it for awhile. does this sound natural?
A: Just leave out the word "it" and you will sound like perfectly natural casual speech
Q: I opened my fridge and noticed that it was almost empty. I had a cup of instant coffee and headed to the grocery store in the nearby mall. I hated to do that as there usually was so crowded but there I could buy almost all what I need. does this sound natural?
A: 1. I hate (present tense since it is still happening) doing that as it is usually very crowded

2. But I can buy almost everything I need
Q: (Looking into the fridge) Oh, milk is being out. I'm going to need to go buy it to the supermarket. does this sound natural?
A: Instead of saying "the milk is out" you could say "I'm out of milk" which is more commonly used!
Q: The fridge of my grandma has stopped working so she invited me to eat all her food not to waste. does this sound natural?
A: That does sound good! However, I would say "to avoid wasting it." It sounds better with the "it" because it makes it clear that you're talking about the food

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