Domestic refrigerators

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Internationalization
العربية: ثلاجة
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Bahasa Indonesia: Kulkas
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Bahasa Melayu: Peti sejuk
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Български: Хладилник
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Català: Frigorífic
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Čeština: Lednička
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Dansk: Køleskab
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Deutsch: Kühlschrank
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Español: Frigorífico
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Esperanto: Frostujo
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Français : Réfrigérateur
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ქართული: მაცივარი
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한국어: 냉장고
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Italiano: Frigorifero
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עברית: מקרר
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Nederlands: Koelkast
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日本語: 冷蔵庫
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Norsk bokmål: Kjøleskap
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Polski: Chłodziarka
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Português: Frigorífico
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Русский: Холодильник
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Svenska: Kylskåp
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Türkçe: Buzdolabı
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اردو: سردخانہ
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ייִדיש: פרידזשידער
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Українська: Холодильник
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粵語: 雪櫃
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中文: 冰箱
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Domestic refrigerators (usually shortened to fridge) are amongst the most common electric appliances in the world, for instance being present in 99.5% of American homes. They use refrigeration to help preserve Food. They invariably work using phase change heat pumps operating in a refrigeration cycle.