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Translation of "frame" - English-Polish dictionary

frame

noun [C]     /freɪm/
PICTURE
B1 a structure that goes around the edge of something such as a door, picture, window, or mirror rama a picture frame a window frame Frames and structuresPictures
STRUCTURE
B2 the basic structure of a building, vehicle, or piece of furniture that other parts are added onto rama, szkielet a bicycle frameFrames and structures
BODY
the shape of someone's body sylwetka his large/small frameThe body
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