Frame - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a single one of a series of still transparent pictures forming a cinema, television or video film
- alternative names for the body of a human being (syn: anatomy, bod, build, chassis, figure, flesh, form, physique, shape, soma)
- (baseball) one of nine divisions of play during which each team has a turn at bat (syn: inning)
- a single drawing in a comic strip
- an application that divides the user's display into two or more windows that can be scrolled independently
- a system of assumptions and standards that sanction behavior and give it meaning
- the internal supporting structure that gives an artifact its shape
- a structure supporting or containing something
- a framework that supports and protects a picture or a mirror
- one of the ten divisions into which bowling is divided
- enclose in a frame, as of a picture
- take or catch as if in a snare or trap (syn: ensnare, entrap)
- formulate in a particular style or language (syn: cast, couch, put, redact)
- make up plans or basic details for (syn: compose)
- construct by fitting or uniting parts together
It was the first state to frame a written constitution.
She framed her questions carefully.
He took the time to frame a thoughtful reply.
She claims that she was framed.
I need new frames for my glasses.
This browser supports frames.
The photographs will look nice framed in black.
Her face was framed in a mass of red hair.
He stood, a threatening figure, framed in the doorway.
Iron is softened and framed.
He is framed to be a soldier.
I cannot frame myself to anything else.
I didn't do the job, I've been framed up.
They removed the picture from its wooden frame.
A clear explanation of the subject provides a frame on which a deeper understanding can be built.
present participle: framing
past tense: framed
past participle: framed