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Definition of 'frosty'

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Example sentences containing 'frosty'

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After a long spell of cold winds and frosty nights it feels as if spring has arrived early. Times, Sunday Times (2016)An airflow from Siberia is due to deliver a couple of snowy and frosty weather spells. The Sun (2016)Over the past eight years it has been a frosty relationship, not a special one. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The frosty reception did not stop her becoming a roving ambassador for the store for more than 19 years. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And the frosty temperatures will stay with us for most of next week. The Sun (2010)You have a gift for making people feel valued and warming frosty relationships at work and home. The Sun (2014)Which will last until the next time it gets frosty. The Sun (2010)The frosty air is full of swooping wings and harsh cries. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The frosty weather will last into next week. The Sun (2012)Such a frosty reception is probably no worse than he could have expected. Times, Sunday Times (2008)On frosty nights you can simply move them under cover. The Sun (2008)There is a frosty relationship between the two managers. The Sun (2012)Once the weather turns frosty they will go into hibernation under roofs. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But she got a frosty reception due to her behaviour in the camp. The Sun (2015)It was a frosty night and fir trees sparkled with a dusting of snow. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Leave it in a shed or near the back door for a few days first to harden it against frosty temperatures. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The night was cold and frosty. Edward Beauclerk Maurice THE LAST OF THE GENTLEMEN ADVENTURERS: Coming of Age in the Arctic (2004)Their initial relationship had been frosty. Simon Ball THE GUARDSMEN (2004)This frosty air will do me good, perhaps. Frederick Marryat The Children of the New Forest (1847)It was cold and frosty, stars standing out clear in the night sky. Adam Sisman The Friendship: Wordsworth and Coleridge (2006)The atmosphere had become frosty in the last couple of weeks and enthusiasm to teach was understandably non-existent. Times, Sunday Times (2007)HAVE you been getting a frosty reception from your colleagues? The Sun (2014)Relations between the airlines remained frosty for some time, although in recent years there has been a thaw. Times, Sunday Times (2006)When she goes to the bathroom to wash, "my breath hangs white in the air in frosty clouds! Pamela Norris Words Of Love: Passionate Women from Heloise to Sylvia Plath (2006)A spin on the Flat has kept him fit through the frosty weather. The Sun (2010)Your'good morning' may be frosty or fawning. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The Loose Women star reckons it will be a couple of weeks before things get really frosty. The Sun (2009)IT may be frosty outside. The Sun (2012)In fact, it helped us settle into a routine as stepmum and daughter - albeit a frosty one at times. The Sun (2012)

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Translations for 'frosty'

British English: frosty /ˈfrɒstɪ/ ADJECTIVE
If the weather is frosty, the temperature is below freezing.
...sharp, frosty nights.
  • American English: frosty
  • Arabic: مُتَجَمِّدٌ بِالبُرُودَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: glacial
  • Chinese: 结霜的
  • Croatian: hladan
  • Czech: mrazivý
  • Danish: frost-
  • Dutch: vrieskoud
  • European Spanish: helado
  • Finnish: huurteinen
  • French: couvert de givre
  • German: frostig
  • Greek: παγετώδης
  • Italian: ghiacciato
  • Japanese: 霜の降りる
  • Korean: 서리가 내릴 만큼 추운
  • Norwegian: iskald
  • Polish: mroźny
  • European Portuguese: glacial
  • Romanian: geros
  • Russian: морозный
  • Latin American Spanish: helado escarchado
  • Swedish: kylig
  • Thai: ยะเยือก
  • Turkish: buzlu
  • Ukrainian: морозний
  • Vietnamese: đầy sương giá

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