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cold storage

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
cold storageˌcold ˈstorage noun [uncountable]  1 DFif you keep something such as food in cold storage, you keep it in a cold place so that it will stay fresh and in good condition2 put something in cold storage
Examples from the Corpus
cold storageThat includes the cost of vaccines needles, syringes and cold storage.Like the political career of the man who envisioned it, the satellite may face a prolonged period in cold storage.He aims to please even if it means putting his principles in cold storage and his policies in the mixer.I can hear them rumble into cold storage down the coal chute.The project went into cold storage, periodically resurfacing over the next six years only to sink once more.As might be expected this is accelerated by heat, making cold storage essential.
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