an·ti·freeze / ˈantiˌfrēz/ • n. a liquid, typically one based on ethylene glycol, which can be added to water to lower the freezing point, chiefly used in the radiator of a motor vehicle.
antifreeze Substance dissolved in a liquid to lower its freezing point. Ethylene glycol (ethane diol, HOC2H4OH) is commonly used in car radiators.
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