thaw

[n] - the process whereby heat changes something from a solid to a liquid 2. [n] - warm weather following a freeze 3. [v] - become or cause to become soft or liquid
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Thaw

Thaw intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Thawed ; present participle & verbal noun Thawing .] [ Anglo-Saxon þāwian , þāwan ; akin to Dutch dovijen , German tauen , th...
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Thaw

Thaw transitive verb To cause (frozen things, as earth, snow, ice) to melt, soften, or dissolve.
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Thaw

Thaw noun The melting of ice, snow, or other congealed matter; the resolution of ice, or the like, into the state of a fluid; liquefaction by heat of anything congealed by frost; also, a warmth of weather sufficient to melt that which is congealed. Dryden.
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thaw

noun a relaxation or slackening of tensions or reserve; becoming less hostile; `the thaw between the United States and Russia has led to increased cooperation in world affairs`
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thaw

unfreeze verb become or cause to become soft or liquid; `The sun melted the ice`; `the ice thawed`; `the ice cream melted`; `The heat melted the wax`; `The giant iceberg dissolved over the years during the global warming phase`; `dethaw the meat`
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Thaw

• (v. i.) Fig.: To grow gentle or genial. • (v. t.) To cause (frozen things, as earth, snow, ice) to melt, soften, or dissolve. • (v. i.) To become so warm as to melt ice and snow; -- said in reference to the weather, and used impersonally. • (v. i.) To melt, dissolve, or become fluid; to soften; -- said of that which is frozen;...
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Thaw

To allow food that has been frozen to come back to its original non-frozen state.
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thaw

A warm spell of weather when ice and snow melt. To free something from the binding action of ice by warming it to a temperature above the melting point of ice.
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Thaw

[weather] January thaw is a term applied to a thaw or rise in temperature in mid-winter found in mid-latitude North America. Sinusoidal estimates of expected temperatures, for northern locales, usually place the lowest temperatures around January 23 and the highest around July 24, and provide fairly accurate estimates of temperature expecta...
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thaw

A warm spell of weather when ice and snow melt. To free something from the binding action of ice by warming it to a temperature above the melting point of ice.
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Thaw

A warm spell of weather when ice and snow melt. To free something from the binding action of ice by
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thaw

warm weather following a freeze, when snow and ice melt
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