Results for thaw

Definitions of thaw:

part of speech: noun

The melting of ice or snow by heat: the change of weather which causes it.

part of speech: noun

The melting of ice or snow by temperature above freezing point; state of the weather when ice and snow are melting.

part of speech: verb

To melt or reduce to a liquid state, as ice or snow: to become sufficiently warm to melt ice or snow, as the weather.

part of speech: verb transitive

To cause to melt or dissolve.

part of speech: verb transitive

To cause to melt.

part of speech: noun

The melting of ice or snow by a change of temperature; the change of weather that causes it.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To melt or become liquid, as ice or snow; to become warm enough to melt ice and snow; to become milder or more genial.

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