-·froze′, -·froz′en, -·freez′ing
- to cause to thaw
- ⌂ to remove financial controls from (prices, a raw material, etc.)
Origin of unfreezeun- + freeze
transitive verbun·froze , un·froz·en , un·freez·ing, un·freez·es
- To cause to thaw.
- To remove a control or restriction on (prices or wages, for example).
(third-person singular simple present unfreezes, present participle unfreezing, simple past unfroze, past participle unfrozen)