Definitions for Frostbiteˈfrɔstˌbaɪt, ˈfrɒst-
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destruction of tissue by freezing and characterized by tingling, blistering and possibly gangrene
The freezing, or effect of a freezing, of some part of the body.
To expose to the effect of frost, or a frosty air; to blight or nip with frost.
To engage in winter sailboating.
the freezing, or effect of a freezing, of some part of the body, as the ears or nose
to expose to the effect of frost, or a frosty air; to blight or nip with frost
Frostbite is the medical condition where localized damage is caused to skin and other tissues due to freezing. Frostbite is most likely to happen in body parts farthest from the heart and those with large exposed areas. The initial stages of frostbite are sometimes called "frost nip".
U.S. National Library of Medicine
Damage to tissues as the result of low environmental temperatures.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
In theory, it should protect you. But I am still concerned because whenever you put your body underneath that much stress— and if you limit the blood supply to those areas— I think there is a risk for frostbite.
Translations for Frostbite
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- измръзване, измръзнало мястоBulgarian
- Erfrierung, FrostbeuleGerman
- congelar, congelamientoSpanish
- paleltuminen, paleltuma, palelluttaa, pakkasenpuremaFinnish
- 霜焼け, 凍傷, 凍瘡, 霜焼Japanese
- luka bekuMalay
- bevriezing, bevriezenDutch
- обморожение, отморозитьRussian
- köldskada, förfrysningSwedish
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