[German frou-uh n-felt] /German ˈfraʊ ənˌfɛlt/
a town in and the capital of Thurgau, in N Switzerland.
[toor-gou] /ˈtur gaʊ/
a canton in NE Switzerland. 388 sq. mi. (1005 sq. km).
a town in NE Switzerland, capital of Thurgau canton. Pop: 21 954 (2000)
a canton of NE Switzerland, on Lake Constance: annexed by the confederated Swiss states in 1460. Capital: Frauenfeld. Pop: 229 800 (2002 est). Area: 1007 sq km (389 sq miles) French name Thurgovie (tyrɡɔvi)
/ˈfrɒhən/ noun 1. an Irish word for whortleberry (sense 1), whortleberry (sense 2)
[frawt] /frɔt/ adjective 1. Archaic. filled or laden (with): ships fraught with precious wares. noun 2. Scot. a load; cargo; freight (of a ship). Idioms 3. fraught with, full of; accompanied by; involving: a task fraught with danger. /frɔːt/ adjective 1. (usually postpositive) and foll by with. filled or charged; attended: a venture fraught with […]
[froi-lahyn; English froi-lahyn or, often, fraw-, frou-] /ˈfrɔɪ laɪn; English ˈfrɔɪ laɪn or, often, ˈfrɔ-, ˈfraʊ-/ noun, plural Fräulein. English, Fräuleins. German. 1. an unmarried woman. 2. the conventional German title of respect and term of address for an unmarried woman, corresponding to Miss. /German ˈfrɔylain; English ˈfrɔːlaɪn; ˈfraʊ-/ noun (pl) -lein, (English) -leins 1. […]
[froun-hoh-fer, frou-uh n-hof-er; German froun-hoh-fuh r] /ˈfraʊnˌhoʊ fər, ˈfraʊ ənˌhɒf ər; German ˈfraʊnˌhoʊ fər/ noun 1. Joseph von [joh-zuh f von,, -suh f;; German yoh-zef fuh n] /ˈdʒoʊ zəf vɒn,, -səf;; German ˈyoʊ zɛf fən/ (Show IPA), 1787–1826, German optician and physicist. /German ˈfraunhoːfər/ noun 1. Joseph von (ˈjoːzɛf fɔn). 1787–1826, German physicist and optician, […]