frame
  • US /frem/
  • UK /freɪm/
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解釋
  • v. 陷害; 謹慎表述; 裝進相框;
  • n. 框架; 骨架; 主架構;
例句
  • He will frame his wife for the murder
  • I will try to frame my offer clearly
  • Let's frame this picture and put it on the wall
  • Put the picture in the red frame
  • He has a large frame so he weighs more than me
  • We will build the frame of the house first and then add walls

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  1. and i bought it so that i can hopefully frame it someday.

    然後我買了它 我希望有一天能夠構建它。
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  1. trying to keep it in frame. so then i come up to the next thing.

    讓畫面看起來很厲害 我當時只想拚命的讓小艇保持在畫面中
  2. my eye shifted, we just marked it to the frame.

    當視線改變時,我就在這時間點做上記號
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  1. To make a person appear as the perpetrator of a crime that he/she did not commit.
    I was framed as the thief of the art borders.
  2. 1. the human body 2. to incriminate an innocent person with false evidence
    I'm not overwieght. I just have a wide frame.
  3. the act of receiving fellatio
    Neff: "Yo bro, last night was totally crazy!" Deric: "Did you hook up with Jen?" Neff: "Yeah bro..." Deric: "Well, did she give you some?" Neff: "Haha, yeahhh bro, she gave me some frame..." Deric: "Nice." or "She gives the best frame." " I got framed last night" "So, she was giving me frame in my room."
  4. The human body esp. one of a female
    "You can't blame me for staring at your frame" Trey Songz-Wonder Woman
  5. A single image generated by a computer. Used in the measurement [FPS] (or frames per second). Also used as a short form of [FPS].
    "I ran that PS2 emulator for an HOUR and only made 1000 frames." "Holy crap, dude! I'm only getting half a frame! This sucks!"
  6. To accuse someone of something with evidence.
    Katie Winstein, "He framed me ! I did not kill that rat ! He framed me by pointing all the evidence toward me to make it seem like I did it!"
  7. a border or case surrounding an object. eg. a photo or mirror. usually made of wood or other rigid objects as in a photo frame but sometimes just a defining line around something to enhance its neatness and effect.
    "I'm definately going to frame that picture of your testicles."