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Meaning of “frosty” - Learner’s Dictionary

frosty

adjective     /ˈfrɒsti/
COLD
very cold, with a thin layer of white ice covering everything: a frosty morningIceColdSnow and ice
NOT FRIENDLY
not friendly: She gave me a very frosty look.Not being friendlyNot saying muchBlunt and direct in speech and behaviour
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