Definitions for FROSTfrɔst, frɒst
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frost, hoar, hoarfrost, rime(noun)
ice crystals forming a white deposit (especially on objects outside)
weather cold enough to cause freezing
the formation of frost or ice on a surface
Frost, Robert Frost, Robert Lee Frost(verb)
United States poet famous for his lyrical poems on country life in New England (1874-1963)
decorate with frosting
"frost a cake"
provide with a rough or speckled surface or appearance
"frost the glass"; "she frosts her hair"
cover with frost
"ice crystals frosted the glass"
damage by frost
"The icy precipitation frosted the flowers and they turned brown"
A cover of minute ice crystals on objects that are exposed to the air. Some of these are tree branches, plant stems, leaves, wires, poles, vehicles, rooftops, or aircraft skin. Frost is the same process by which dew is formed except that the temperature of the frosted object is below freezing. Frost can be light or heavy.
The cold weather that would cause frost as in (1) to form.
To get covered with frost.
To coat something (eg a cake) with white icing to resemble frost.
To anger or annoy.
I think the boss's decision frosted him, a bit.
Origin: From frustan, akin to Old High German frost, Old Norse frost.
the act of freezing; -- applied chiefly to the congelation of water; congelation of fluids
the state or temperature of the air which occasions congelation, or the freezing of water; severe cold or freezing weather
frozen dew; -- called also hoarfrost or white frost
coldness or insensibility; severity or rigidity of character
to injure by frost; to freeze, as plants
to cover with hoarfrost; to produce a surface resembling frost upon, as upon cake, metals, or glass
to roughen or sharpen, as the nail heads or calks of horseshoes, so as to fit them for frosty weather
Origin: [OE. frost, forst, AS. forst, frost. fr. fresan to freeze; akin to D. varst, G., OHG., Icel., Dan., & Sw. frost. 18. See Freeze, v. i.]
Frost is the solid deposition of water vapor from humid air. It is formed when the temperature of a solid surface is below the freezing point of water and also below the frost point. The size of frost crystals varies depending on the time they have been building up and the amount of water vapour available. Frost crystals are translucent, but scatter light in many directions, so that a coating of frost appears white. There are many types of frost, such as radiation and window frost. Frost may damage crops or reduce future crop yields, hence farmers may take measures to prevent it forming.
The Foolish Dictionary, by Gideon Wurdz
An old flame after the engagement is broken off.
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- мраз, попарвам, слана, скреж, заскрежавамBulgarian
- glaçada, gebre, geladaCatalan, Valencian
- jinovatka, mrázCzech
- barrug, rhew, tywydd barugog, hethWelsh
- glasieren, Reif, FrostGerman
- πάγος, παγετός, παγωνιά, παγώνω, πάχνηGreek
- prujno, frostoEsperanto
- escarcha, escarchar, glasear, helada, granizarSpanish
- külm, härmatis, hallEstonian
- antzigar, intzigarBasque
- kuorruttaa, sokeri, kuura, pakkanen, huurtua, harmittaa, hallaFinnish
- givre, gelFrench
- siocán, reo, sioc, cuisneIrish
- reòthadhScottish Gaelic
- zúzmara, dér, fagyHungarian
- սառնամանիք, եղյամArmenian
- hríma, frost, frostaveturIcelandic
- gelata, gelare, brina, brinare, glassareItalian
- FraschtLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- hukapapa, hukatū, hukapuriMāori
- frost, rim, kuldeNorwegian
- rijm, vorst, berijpen, rijpDutch
- frostNorwegian Nynorsk
- sho, tinNavajo, Navaho
- mróz, lukrować, oszronić, polukrowaćPolish
- geada, frioPortuguese
- ger, brumaRomanian
- иней, заморозки, изморозь, морозRussian
- мра̏з, сла́на, mrȁz, и̑ње, ȋnje, slánaSerbo-Croatian
- slana, ivje, mraz, zmrzalSlovene
- brymë, ngricëAlbanian
- frosta, frost, glacera, rimfrostSwedish
- don, kırağı, buzlanmakTurkish
- іній, морозUkrainian
- băng giá, sương giáVietnamese
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