[freyl-tee, frey-uh l-] /ˈfreɪl ti, ˈfreɪ əl-/
noun, plural frailties for 3.
the quality or state of being .
moral weakness; liability to yield to temptation.
a fault resulting from moral weakness:
frailties of the human flesh.
noun (pl) -ties
physical or moral weakness
(often pl) a fault symptomatic of moral weakness
mid-14c., from Old French fraileté “frailty, weakness,” from Latin fragilitatem (nominative fragilitas), from fragilis “fragile” (see fragility). Related: Frailties.
[frez dy bwah] /frɛz dü ˈbwɑ/ noun, plural fraises du bois [frez dy bwah] /frɛz dü ˈbwɑ/ (Show IPA). French. 1. a wild strawberry.
[frahk-toor] /frɑkˈtur/ noun 1. Printing. German black-letter text, a style of type. 2. (usually lowercase). Also, fractur. /German frakˈtuːr/ noun 1. a style of typeface, formerly used in German typesetting for many printed works n. German black-lettering, 1886, from German Fraktur, from Latin fractura (see fracture (n.)); so called from its angular, “broken” letters. The […]
Ferroelectric Random Access Memory
[freym] /freɪm/ noun 1. a border or case for enclosing a picture, mirror, etc. 2. a rigid structure formed of relatively slender pieces, joined so as to surround sizable empty spaces or nonstructural panels, and generally used as a major support in building or engineering works, machinery, furniture, etc. 3. a body, especially a human […]