- 1 1.1 (structure — of building, ship, plane) armazón (m,f); (— of car, motorcycle) bastidor (m); (— of bicycle) cuadro (m), marco (m) (Chi, Col) ; (— of bed, door) bastidor (m) (before n) frame aerial antena (f) de cuadro frame rucksack mochila (f) or (Col, Ven) morral (m) de or con armazón 1.2 (edge — of picture) marco (m); (— of window, door) marco (m); (— of racket) armazón (m or f), marco (m) embroidery frame bastidor (m), tambor (m) (de bordar) 1.3(frames pl)(for spectacles) montura (f), armazón (m,f)
- 2 (body) cuerpo (m)
- 5(cold frame)[Hort] cama (f)
- 7( also Frame)[Comput] marco (m), frame (m)
- 1 1.1 [picture/photograph] enmarcar*More example sentences1.2 [face/scene] enmarcar*, encuadrar
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- A number of pictures were framed and presented to schools.
- Try writing her a poem, painting a picture, composing a song, framing a picture, washing the dishes for her or simply spending the day in her company.
- Notably, only a few photographs were framed and hung.
- Even the gate is a work of art; the rose-covered metal arbor and upward-arching gate create a circle that frames attractive views.
- Moving images, including those framed by car windows, give us the possibility of seeing landscape as variable rather than fixed, as in landscape paintings.
- Shocked, she stops, gathers her robe and advances just a bit, to be framed perfectly in the doorway.
- 2 2.1 (compose, draft) [plan/agreement/policy] formular, elaborar; [question/reply/excuse] formular 2.2 (mouth) [words] formarMore example sentences
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- When the Constitution was framed in 1787, setting out the law of the United States, it involved compromise between North and South and permitted slavery.
- Mr Davern is waiting for the report of the Organic Development Committee, whose recommendations will form the basis for framing policy on organic farming.
- He and his organisation have clout in framing policy and legislation.
- You would definitely frame your words in your own way and pray to the Lord for me.
- The words were not framed in that rhetorical and hopeless way they often are following news of a tragedy.
- He was nevertheless forced to frame his words welcoming the move carefully, to ensure that his political enemies were not given any ammunition they could use against him.
- 3 (incriminate unjustly) [colloquial/familiar] I was framed me tendieron una trampa para incriminarmeMore example sentences
- He claimed another criminal who ran a cannabis farm with Taylor was behind the killing, but that detectives manipulated evidence to frame him.
- He claims that he was framed and that he was innocent.
- David can't tell Keith what he knows about the murder because he doesn't want to tell him that there's been evidence planted that frames Keith.