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(mechanical engineering)
An insulated, cooled compartment.

What does it mean when you dream about a refrigerator?

A refrigerator can represent a nurturing of the spirit as well as sustenance for the body. Opening the refrigerator door and standing there looking in and seeing the refrigerator amply supplied, without having to partake from it, many times reassures a person that what he or she seeks is really there for the taking.


A container and a means of cooling it, such as a commercial refrigerator, service refrigerator, etc.
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Wouldn't it be better to have a fridge that takes a photo of you every time you sneak in there – and automatically emails it to your friends?
The fridge also gives users the option to tap over an item in the fridge and play an advert relating to the product - although there are question marks over just how popular this feature would be.
The stuff in the fridge is one temperature and the surroundings are colder.