Definition of 'snowman'
Example sentences containing 'snowman'
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Jump in the snow pit and make a snowman in this covered area of real snow. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Strangers were happily coming together to build a snowman with a carrot for a nose. Times, Sunday Times (2009)So stop worrying about the cost to the economy and get on with building a snowman. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Like the time he came with us to build a snowman. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He may regret that when building a snowman. The Sun (2013)We had to build a snowman. The Sun (2012)We all know how to make a snowman, right? Times, Sunday Times (2009)There's the abominable snowman somewhere. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She said she meant to search for'do you want to build a snowman '. The Sun (2015)Then he told the crowd: 'I thought of stopping off on the way to the stage to build myself a snowman! The Sun (2010)A talking Jamaican snowman and a 15ft giant are standout characters. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Used Rarely. snowman is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'snowman'
British English: snowman /ˈsnəʊˌmæn/ NOUN
A snowman is a large shape which is made out of snow, especially by children, and is supposed to look like a person.
- American English: snowman
- Arabic: رَجُلَ الْثَلْج
- Brazilian Portuguese: boneco de neve
- Chinese: 雪人
- Croatian: snjegović
- Czech: sněhulák
- Danish: snemand
- Dutch: sneeuwpop
- European Spanish: muñeco de nieve
- Finnish: lumiukko
- French: bonhomme de neige
- German: Schneemann
- Greek: χιονάνθρωπος
- Italian: pupazzo di neve
- Japanese: 雪だるま
- Korean: 눈사람
- Norwegian: snømann
- Polish: bałwan
- European Portuguese: boneco de neve
- Romanian: om de zăpadă
- Russian: снеговик
- Spanish: muñeco de nieve
- Swedish: snögubbe
- Thai: รูปปั้นมนุษย์หิมะ
- Turkish: kardan adam
- Ukrainian: снігова баба
- Vietnamese: người tuyết
Definition of snowman from the Collins English Dictionary
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