Idiom: put something on ice
— We decided to put the project on ice until we hire a new project manager.
— Our remodeling project has been put on ice because we lost confidence in the contractor.
— We put going out to dinner on ice for a few months so we can save money to buy a car.
— We'll have to put the hiring of another administrator assistant on ice until we can secure more funding.
— Unfortunately, my husband still isn't feeling well so we've got to put the dinner on ice and I'll give you a call when he's better.
— Congress put the vote on gun control on ice until after the midterm elections.
— Let's put the landscaping on ice until the weather is a little better.
— What happened to the road repairs? Have they been put on ice again?
— The debate has been put on ice again but no one's sure the incumbent is actually willing to discuss policy with his opponent.
— Our firm has put hiring on ice for awhile because of the economic upheaval.
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