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frame

noun /freim/
a hard main structure round which something is built or made
das Gerüst
the steel frame of the aircraft.
something made to enclose something
der Rahmen
a picture frame a window frame.
the human body
die Gestalt
He has a slight frame.
framework noun the basic supporting structure of anything
das Gerüst
The building will be made of concrete supported by a steel framework.
frame of mind mental state
die Gemütsverfassung
He was found in a confused frame of mind.
(Definition of frame from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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