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English definition of “frost”

frost

noun [U] (WHITE LAYER)   /frɔst/
earth science water in the air that freezes when it touches a cold surface and forms a white, powdery layer: There was frost on the grass in the early morning. An early frost killed some of my tomatoes.
(Definition of frost noun (WHITE LAYER) from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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