♦ frame

♦ frame
♦ frame /freɪm/
n.
1 telaio; intelaiatura; cornice: window frame, telaio di una finestra; the frame of an airship, l'intelaiatura di un dirigibile
2 (di quadro, ecc., e fig.) cornice: picture frame, cornice per quadro; a frame of dark hair, una cornice di capelli scuri
3 (al pl.) montatura (di occhiali)
4 (edil.) struttura portante; armatura: the steel frame of a skyscraper, l'armatura d'acciaio di un grattacielo
5 incastellatura; impalcatura; castello
6 carcassa (di macchina elettrica, ecc.)
7 (di bicicletta, autom.) telaio
8 struttura (fisica); fisico; corporatura; ossatura; corpo: an athlete with a powerful frame, un atleta dalla possente struttura fisica
9 ordinamento; struttura: the frame of society, la struttura della società; (market.) the frame of distribution, la struttura distributiva
10 contesto generale; quadro; sistema: a frame for interpretation, un quadro interpretativo
11 fusto (di ombrello)
12 (cinem., fotogr.) fotogramma; inquadratura
13 (nei fumetti) vignetta
14 (TV) quadro (dell'immagine): frame synchronization, sincronizzazione del quadro
15 (elettron., comput.) frame: frame-free, senza frame
16 (naut.) ordinata; costa
17 (giardinaggio) cassetta con coperchio di vetro; piccola serra
18 telaio (per ricamo, tessitura, maglieria, ecc.)
19 (apicoltura) telaino
20 (telef.) sequenza
21 (stat.) delimitazione (del campione)
22 (didattica) testo da completare (riempiendo gli spazi vuoti)
23 (ind. min.) tavola per lavaggio di minerali
24 mano (di una partita a carte)
25 (snooker, bowling) frame (frazione di gioco)
26 (fam. USA) ► frame-up
● (TV) frame aerial, antenna a gabbia □ frame house, casa con strutture in legno □ frame-maker, corniciaio □ frame of mind, stato d'animo; umore; disposizione di spirito; vena: in a happy frame of mind, di buon umore; I'm not in the right frame of mind to see people, non sono dell'umore giusto (o adatto) per vedere gente □ frame of reference, (tecn.) sistema di riferimento; (fig.) schema, modello, angolazione, ottica □ frame saw, sega a telaio □ frame tent, tenda da campo (con pareti verticali) □ (stor.) frame-work, lavoro a telaio □ (stor.) frame-worker, tessitore □ door frame, telaio di porta; infisso □ in the frame, sotto considerazione; in predicato.
(to) frame /freɪm/
A v. t.
1 incorniciare; mettere in cornice; inquadrare: to frame a painting, incorniciare un quadro
2 incorniciare; circondare; fare da cornice: Long black hair framed her face, lunghi capelli neri le incorniciavano il viso
3 concepire; ideare; elaborare; redigere: to frame a scheme, ideare un piano; to frame a constitution, elaborare una costituzione
4 enunciare; formulare; esprimere: to frame an answer, formulare una risposta
5 costruire: a building framed to resist earthquakes, un edificio costruito con criteri antisismici
6 (fam.) montare un'accusa contro (q.); incastrare (pop.)
7 adattare; regolare
8 (cinem., TV) inquadrare
B v. i.
(arc.: di piano, ecc.) procedere; progredire; svilupparsi.

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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