Reefer

A shipboard refrigerator
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Reefer

• (n.) A close-fitting lacket or short coat of thick cloth. • (n.) One who reefs; -- a name often given to midshipmen.
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Reefer

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Reefer

Reef'er noun 1. (Nautical) One who reefs; -- a name often given to midshipmen. Marryat. 2. A close-fitting lacket or short coat of thick cloth.
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reefer

A container with refrigeration for transporting frozen foods (meat, ice cream, fruit, etc.)
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Reefer

A reefer is a refrigerated cargo ship.
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Reefer

A refrigerated railcar, used to transport perishable goods.
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reefer

A refrigerated trailer used to ship perishable products.
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Reefer

A shipboard refrigerator
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reefer

marijuana
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Reefer

Reefer is slang for a hand-rolled cannabis cigarette.
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reefer

Refrigerator ship; a vessel designed to carry goods requiring refrigeration, such as meat and fruit. A reefer ship has insulated holds into which cold air is passed at the temperature appropriate to the goods being carried.
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reefer

Refrigerator ship; a vessel designed to carry goods requiring refrigeration, such as meat and fruit. A reefer ship has insulated holds into which cold air is passed at the temperature appropriate to the goods being carried.
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