Surround so as to create a sharp or attractive image
a short, strong style cut to frame the face
Erect the framework of a building
Create or formulate (a concept, plan, or system)
the staff have proved invaluable in framing the proposals
Form or articulate (words)
he walked out before she could frame a reply
Make or construct (something) by fitting parts together or in accordance with a plan
what immortal hand or eye could frame thy fearful symmetry?
Produce false evidence against (an innocent person) so that they appear guilty
he claims he was framed
A rigid structure that surrounds or encloses something such as a door or window
A metal or plastic structure holding the lenses of a pair of glasses
A case or border enclosing a mirror or picture
The rigid supporting structure of an object such as a vehicle, building, or piece of furniture
A person's body with reference to its size or build
a shiver shook her slim frame
A boxlike structure of glass or plastic in which seeds or young plants are grown
The universe, or part of it, regarded as an embracing structure
The structure, constitution, or nature of someone or something
we have in our inward frame various affections
A basic structure that underlies or supports a system, concept, or text
the establishment of conditions provides a frame for interpretation
The genre or form of a literary text determining its expected style and content
my poems look as though they have a classical frame
An enclosing section of narrative, esp. one which foregrounds or comments on the primary narrative of a text
a frame narrator reports the narrative spoken by an inner narrator
A structural environment within which a class of words or other linguistic units can be correctly used. For example I —— him is a frame for a large class of transitive verbs
A single complete picture in a series forming a movie, television, or video film
A single picture in a comic strip
A graphic panel in a display window, esp. in an Internet browser, that encloses a self-contained section of data and permits multiple independent document viewing
A round of play in bowling
An inning in a baseball game
he closed out the game by pitching two hitless frames
enclose in or as if in a frame; "frame a picture"
the framework for a pair of eyeglasses
a single one of a series of still transparent pictures forming a cinema, television or video film
ensnare: take or catch as if in a snare or trap; "I was set up!"; "The innocent man was framed by the police"
human body: alternative names for the body of a human being; "Leonardo studied the human body"; "he has a strong physique"; "the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak"
formulate in a particular style or language; "I wouldn't put it that way"; "She cast her request in very polite language"
FrAme is the seventh album by DGM
Fund for the Replacement of Animals in Medical Experiments (FRAME) is a charity based in Nottingham, UK. ...
Frames were proposed by Marvin Minsky in his 1974 article "A Framework for Representing Knowledge." A frame is an artificial intelligence data structure used to divide knowledge into substructures by representing "stereotyped situations." Frames are connected together to form a complete idea.
A frame in a beehive is the structural element that holds the honeycomb or brood comb within the hive body (or "super"). The frame is a key part of the modern "movable" hive since it can be removed in order to inspect the bees for disease or to extract the excess honey.
In computer science, a call stack is a stack data structure that stores information about the active subroutines of a computer program. This kind of stack is also known as an execution stack, control stack, function stack, or run-time stack, and is often shortened to just "the stack". ...
A frameup or setup is an American term referring to the act of framing someone, that is, providing false evidence or false testimony in order to falsely prove someone guilty of a crime. ...
The structural elements of a building or other constructed object; The structure of a person's body; A rigid, generally rectangular mounting for paper, canvas or other flexible material; A piece of photographic film containing an image; A context for understanding or interpretation; A complete ...
an architectural structure, in the shape of an "A", having two straight sides meeting at the top
(frames) The skeleton of the ship, which holds the hull together and gives support.
(Frames) Data that is transmitted between network points as a unit complete with addressing and necessary protocol control information. A frame is usually transmitted serial bit by bit and contains a header field and a trailer field that "frame" the data. (Some control frames contain no data.)
(Frames) A way that web pages can be divided into sections, each section is treated like a separate window and has its own scrolling.
Frames are a technique used in web pages to divide the page into multiple windows, where each window is called a frame and can contain its own separate page. ...
(frames) website design using multiple, independent sections to create a single webpage. Each frame is built as a separate HTML file, but with one “master” file to identify each selection. [unfriendly to engine crawlers]
(Frames) a web page design where two or more documents appear on the same screen, each within it’s own frame. Frames are bad for SEO because spiders sometimes fail to correctly navigate them. ...
(Frames) A website design technique used to split the screen into two or more sections. Website’s designed using frames are notoriously difficult to promote to search engines without effective website Optimisation work.
(Frames) The part of the loom that holds the spools of yarn. Every frame in a loom holds a different color of yarn. An eight-frame loom weaves an eight color throw rug.
(Frames) a feature supported by most web browsers that enables the web author to divide the browser display area into two or more sections (frames). The contents of each frame are taken from a different web page. ...
(Frames) a format for Web documents that divides the screen into segments, each with a scroll bar.
Structural window frames manufactured to accept the weight of the conservatory roof.