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frost

noun /frost/
frozen dew, vapour/vapor etc
escarcha
The ground was covered with frost this morning.
the coldness of weather needed to form ice
helada
There’ll be (a) frost tomorrow.
frosting noun (American) icing.
escarcha
frosty adjective ( comparative frostier, superlative frostiest) covered with frost
escarchado, cubierto de escarcha
the frosty countryside.
(of behaviour/behavior) very unfriendly a frosty manner.
frostily adverb
fríamente
’I’m not interested,’ she replied frostily.
frostbite noun injury caused to the body by very great cold
congelación
He was suffering from frostbite in his feet.
frostbitten adjective
congelado
Translations of “frost”
in Korean 서리…
in Arabic صَقيع…
in French givre, gel(ée)…
in Italian gelo, gelata, brina…
in Chinese (Traditional) 霜期, 冰凍天氣, 霜…
in Russian иней, мороз…
in Turkish don, kırağı, ayaz…
in Polish szron, mróz…
in Portuguese geada…
in German der Frost…
in Catalan glaçada, gebre…
in Japanese 霜…
in Chinese (Simplified) 霜期, 冰冻天气, 霜…
(Definition of frost from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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