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frost

noun
 
 
/frɒst/
SUBSTANCE [U] B2 a thin, white layer of ice that forms on surfaces, especially at night, when it is very coldIce
COLD [C] B2 weather that is cold and in which water freezes, especially at night: We're expecting a hard frost tonight.Ice
Translations of “frost”
in Arabic صَقيع…
in Korean 서리…
in Malaysian embun beku, dingin beku…
in French givre, gel(ée)…
in Turkish don, kırağı, ayaz…
in Italian gelo, gelata, brina…
in Chinese (Traditional) 霜期, 冰凍天氣, 霜…
in Russian иней, мороз…
in Polish szron, mróz…
in Vietnamese sự đông giá, sương giá…
in Spanish escarcha, helada…
in Portuguese geada…
in Thai น้ำค้างแข็ง, อากาศหนาวจัด…
in German der Frost…
in Catalan glaçada, gebre…
in Japanese 霜…
in Indonesian embun beku, hawa dingin…
in Chinese (Simplified) 霜期, 冰冻天气, 霜…
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