thaw

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈθɔː/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/θɔ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(thô)


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thaw

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
v
  1. thaw (the) [meat, food]
  2. the [snow, frost, steak] thawed
  3. thaw (it) [overnight, to room temperature]
  4. let (it) thaw [overnight, at room temperature]
  5. thaw it out
  6. let it thaw out
  7. thaw in the [refrigerator, spring, sun]
  8. thawed (out) by [lunchtime, tomorrow, tonight]
  9. (let) thaw from frozen
  10. thaw [prior to, before] preparation
  11. thaw out [by, in front of] the fire
  12. [relations, talks, negotiations] have thawed
n
  1. waiting for the spring thaw
  2. the spring thaw still has not come
  3. the long-awaited spring thaw
  4. [an early, a late] thaw
  5. the thaw was [early] this year
  6. the thaw [has set in, is underway]
  7. a thaw in diplomatic relations with [Russia]
  8. a thaw in [political, social] tension
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