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    frosts

    The refrigerator frosts itself.

    frosts - The process of getting rid of the ice inside.


    What is the meaning of `getting rid of the ice inside'?


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    Re: frosts

    Quote Originally Posted by user_gary View Post
    The refrigerator frosts itself.

    frosts - The process of getting rid of the ice inside.


    What is the meaning of `getting rid of the ice inside'?
    shall we put it in this way<the refrıgerator defrosts itself


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    Re: defrosts

    Quote Originally Posted by ilhanhsb View Post
    shall we put it in this way<the refrıgerator defrosts itself
    Yes, you are correct

    The refrigerator defrosts itself.

    derosts - The process of getting rid of the ice inside.

    What is the meaning of `getting rid of the ice inside'.

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    Re: defrosts

    Older fridges tended to accumulate ice and had to be defrosted, which involved melting the ice so that they could function efficiently- ice formed in the freezer compartment and over the coloing system. Modern fridges don't need this as they regulate temperature better.

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