Definition of 'frost'
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Tomorrow will be cold with frost and sunshine and fewer showers. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Harsh frost is forecast for tonight, which will continue into next week. The Sun (2017)It offers a 10-year guarantee against frost damage. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Keep them damp in a polythene bag outside, so they are exposed to frost and warm temperatures. The Sun (2016)High pressure should settle things down in southern areas, with some sunshine and night frosts as the winds ease. Times, Sunday Times (2016)On sunny days, they can stand outside in a sheltered position but move them back under protection at night from hard frost. The Sun (2016)Tomorrow the UK will wake up to widespread frost with temperatures staying in single figures. The Sun (2016)DRIVERS are being warned to take extra care on the roads as a widespread frost grips Britain. The Sun (2017)A front from the Atlantic will bring heavy frost and snow. The Sun (2017)But at least the unsettled theme does bring higher than average temperatures and limited frosts. The Sun (2011)This has been caused by a sudden exposure to hard frosts. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Tracks attempt to beat frost by covering the takeoff and landing sides of fences and hurdles. The Sun (2006)Vast swathes of usually green agricultural grassland are all brown after suffering prolonged frost and heavy snow. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Watch out for early ice and frost. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Put pots in greenhouse and cover them with fleece when a frost is forecast. The Sun (2010)It was as if she was hidden behind frosted glass. Times, Sunday Times (2006)They are not fully hardy and can be killed by frosts. The Sun (2013)We are not quite rid of the night frosts yet. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It would delay flowering and and lower the risk of frost damage. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The foliage may be burned by frost or cold winds but should recover next spring. The Sun (2010)There may be ground frosts in the north. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It provides a delightful texture in winter salads and will take all but the hardest frosts. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Recent efforts to cover courses against frost have been admirable but piecemeal. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Officials are worried about snow and frost. The Sun (2008)Some frost and ice is possible at night. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Protect the crown of the plant with some garden fleece if a sharp frost is forecast. The Sun (2013)They are getting ready to fly away from cold winds and keen frost to the land where it is always summer. The Railway Children (1906)There are signs the weather will turn more seasonal in the next fortnight with nearer average temperatures and some frost and fog. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The rest of Britain will be dry with clear spells and a widespread frost. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Clearing skies and lighter winds brought the first widespread frost of the autumn on Wednesday night. Times, Sunday Times (2011)His room has a window, but the glass is frosted. Times, Sunday Times (2015)And soon the time of gold was upon them, with fruit heavy on the trees and morning grass white with frost. What the Bee Knows - reflections on myth, symbol and story (1989)Temperatures last week were more typical of January, with some sharp frosts in the north and more limited frosts across the south. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'frost'
British English: frost /frɒst/ NOUN
When there is frost or a frost, the temperature outside falls below freezing point and the ground becomes covered in ice crystals.
There is frost on the ground and snow is forecast.
- American English: frost
- Arabic: صَقِيع
- Brazilian Portuguese: geada
- Chinese: 霜
- Croatian: mraz
- Czech: mráz
- Danish: frost
- Dutch: vorst
- European Spanish: helada
- Finnish: huurre
- French: givre
- German: Frost
- Greek: παγωνιά
- Italian: brina
- Japanese: 霜
- Korean: 서리 얼음 같은
- Norwegian: frost
- Polish: mróz
- European Portuguese: geada
- Romanian: gheață
- Russian: мороз
- Spanish: helada estado climático
- Swedish: frost
- Thai: น้ำค้างแข็ง
- Turkish: don hava
- Ukrainian: мороз
- Vietnamese: sương giá
Definition of frost from the Collins English Dictionary
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