Traducción de fridge en Español:


refrigerador, n.

Pronunciación /frɪdʒ/

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    refrigerador masculino
    nevera femenino
    frigorífico masculino España
    frigo masculino España coloquial
    heladera femenino Río de la Plata
    refrigeradora femenino Colombia, Perú
    • Storage facilities like fridges and deep freezers are examined to ensure they comply with health regulations.
    • Freezers, fridges, microwaves and cookers are checked and tested before being delivered at a low cost to clients.
    • Asbestos and 20 fridges and freezers were among the abandoned rubbish, which took council workers nearly a day to clear.
    • The council currently handles 4,500 fridges and freezers a year at its household waste site in Foss Islands Road.
    • She said she contacted the local depot and they had confirmed fridges and freezers were being put into bin lorries.
    • The controversy comes days before the introduction of strict laws on the disposal of fridges and freezers.
    • They were a Victorian invention designed to ensure there was always ice to go in the gin and tonic before the days of electricity and fridges.
    • He appeared to be talking gibberish about fridges and freezers.
    • After an hour, the lorry came back and picked up the rest of the waste, except for four other fridges and freezers.
    • Residents reported that the car park in front of the club was used to dump rubbish like fridges, freezers and old televisions.
    • The Countryside Lover is quite correct about reporting the dumping of fridges and freezers.
    • The lack of fridges and freezers meant food was bought and cooked fresh daily.
    • Now it is the market for fridges and air conditioners that has become a crazy one.
    • My sister brought the new fridge and freezer over for me, so I had all that to sort.
    • There is also a storage room containing two freezer units and three fridges.
    • There's a separate section for metal items, like washing machines, fridges and microwaves.
    • Residents were being urged to stay in their homes after a massive stockpile of used fridges caught fire sending toxic smoke billowing into the air.
    • Experts estimate the number of fridges being safely treated in Greater Manchester has finally caught up with the number being dumped.
    • The towering apartment blocks are empty, although residents were allowed in to empty their fridges and pick up supplies last week.
    • It is obvious that a truly energy efficient fridge does not cost any more money than a mediocre one.