Definition of 'snowflake'
Example sentences containing 'snowflake'
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It settles soft as snowflakes upon the surface of the picture. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Large snowflakes and fine drops of rain were swirling around. Modern Literatures of the Non-Western World: Where the Waters Are Born (1995)He plans to paint this on roads in the form of large snowflakes. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Trends of 'snowflake'
Used Rarely. snowflake is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'snowflake'
British English: snowflake /ˈsnəʊˌfleɪk/ NOUN
A snowflake is one of the soft, white bits of frozen water that fall as snow.
- American English: snowflake
- Arabic: نُدْفَةُ الْثَلجِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: floco de neve
- Chinese: 雪花
- Croatian: snježna pahuljica
- Czech: sněhová vločka
- Danish: snefnug
- Dutch: sneeuwvlokje
- European Spanish: copo de nieve
- Finnish: lumihiutale
- French: flocon de neige
- German: Schneeflocke
- Greek: χιονονιφάδα
- Italian: fiocco di neve
- Japanese: ひとひらの雪
- Korean: 눈송이
- Norwegian: snøfnugg
- Polish: płatek śniegu
- European Portuguese: floco de neve
- Romanian: fulg de zăpadă
- Russian: снежинка
- Spanish: copo de nieve
- Swedish: snöflinga
- Thai: เกล็ดหิมะ
- Turkish: kar tanesi
- Ukrainian: сніжинка
- Vietnamese: bông tuyết
Definition of snowflake from the Collins English Dictionary
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