|inclose as in a frame||enframe|
|(Automative) type of of vehicle construction in which the body is united with the frame and machinery; type of construction in which the outer layer absorbs all or most of the stress, integrated car design, metal outer shell||monocoque|
|A standard for tv/video display which uses 625 scan lines per frame and twenty-five frames per second (popular in Europe and Australia)||PAL (phase alternate line)|
|abstract sculpture made of various parts that are affixed to an immovable frame, not changing chemically, sculpture attached to something, see also:mobile, stable, firm, lasting||stabile|
|act of dismounting, get off animal, get off cycle, alight from (a horse, vehicle, etc.); bring or take down, remove from frame, throw somebody off||dismount|
|adhesive tape or gummed paper, master key, picture frame||passe-partout|
|adjustment of film projector settings, composition of film scene, frame, framework; act of providing with a frame, way something is framed||framing|
|advantageous position, be on a perch, branch; position, standing; safe place; type of spiny fish found in European and North American waters, freshwater fish, inspection frame, lay an item on a perch, peg to hang things, place for bird to sit, pole, pu...||perch|
|aircraft landing gear, foundation; frame and machinery of an automobile, undercarriage, main frame of vehicle, mounting for electronic device, mounting for gun carriage||chassis|
|airplane body, body of an airplane, frame of an airplane||fuselage|
|amount in glass, barometer, cover with glass, fiberglass, fit or cover with panes of glass; frame (a picture), glass container, glassful, glassware, insert into a glass container, looking glass, made of glass; fitted with glass, magnifying glass, prote...||glass|
|animal which can be ridden; vehicle which can be mounted; pedestal; riding; ascending, act of mounting; placing; frame; mountain, hill (used only as a title in the name of a mountain, i.e. Mount Hermon), climb up, ascend; raise; ride; get up on; establ...||mount|
|antlers, ball-placing frame, bed, bomb-holding framework, cause somebody pain, feed-holding framework, framework for holding things, instrument of torture, joint of meat, move something with rack, moving cloud mass, position balls, put something in rac...||rack|
|any slatted opening, frame with horizontal slats, roof structure releasing smoke, slat in louver||louver; louvre|
|arrange result in advance, casing; skeleton; structure; body structure; mood; picture in a film; (Internet) data packet that includes header and footer fields that are needed to display data on a physical medium, cause to appear guilty, cold frame, con...||frame|
|articles woven or embroidered on frame, context, frame; support, skeleton; structure; system, system of interconnecting bars, underlying set of ideas||framework|
|attach with a hinge; depend on, pivot; make dependant on, hinge joint, joint that fastens door to frame, ligament for pivoting, movable joint on which a door or other part turns, something vital to outcome, sticky paper strip||hinge|
|barrier which must be jumped by a horse or runner; obstacle; difficulty, clear racing barrier, difficulty or obstacle, fence used in horse race, frame for runner to jump, jump over a barrier; surmount an obstacle, overcome a difficulty, race over barri...||hurdle|
|basic frame something is built around, bones of person or animal, framework of bones that supports the body of an organism; framework, support structure; very thin person or animal; something that is reduced to its most basic form; secret or shameful i...||skeleton|
|be adjacent to; live next door, be next to something, boundary; edge, fringe; frame which surrounds the application window (Computers), form frontier with place, land at edge, line dividing two areas, narrow flowerbed, strip around edge||border|
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