Antifreeze (noun)

  1. A liquid or other substance added to a liquid, such as water in a car's radiator, to lower its freezing point and prevent freezing.
  2. A liquid or other substance added to a liquid, such as water in a car's radiator, to lower its freezing point and prevent freezing.

Origin:

From anti- + freeze, as it is a substance that prevents freezing.

Examples:

  1. The mechanic added antifreeze to the car's radiator to prevent the engine from freezing in the cold weather.
  2. It's important to check the levels of antifreeze in your car regularly to make sure your engine stays protected.
  3. Some types of antifreeze can be toxic to animals and should be stored out of reach.
  4. Antifreeze is a vital component of any vehicle, as it helps to keep the engine from freezing in cold weather.
  5. Most cars use a mixture of water and antifreeze in the radiator to prevent the engine from overheating or freezing.
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