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thaw

US [θɔ]
UK [θɔː]
  • v.融化;天气暖和得使冰雪融化(或解冻);(使冷冻食品)化冻;变暖
  • n.解冻时期;融化季节;(敌对国家之间)关系缓和
  • Web融解;溶化;融雪
Simple Present:thaws  Present Participle:thawing  Past Tense:thawed  
thaw
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v.
1.
[i]
~ (out)
(结冰后)解冻,融化,融解to turn back into water after being frozen
2.
[i]
天气暖和得使冰雪融化(或解冻)whenit thaws oris thawing , the weather becomes warm enough to melt snow and ice
It's starting to thaw.
冰雪开始融化了。
3.
[i][t]
~ (sth) (out)
(使冷冻食品)化冻to become, or to let frozen food become, soft or liquid ready for cooking
Leave the meat to thaw completely before cooking.
让冻肉完全化冻后再烹煮。
4.
[i][t]
~ (sth) (out)
(使)回到正常温度,变暖to become, or make sth become, a normal temperature after being very cold
I could feel my ears and toes start to thaw out.
我觉得耳朵和脚趾暖和过来了。
5.
[i]
~ (out)
变得友好(或随和、不拘束)to become more friendly and less formal
Relations between the two countries thawed a little after the talks.
谈判后两国关系缓和了些。
n.
1.
[c][ususing]
解冻时期;融化季节a period of warmer weather following one of cold weather, causing snow and ice to melt
2.
[sing]
~ (in sth)
(敌对国家之间)关系缓和a situation in which the relations between two enemy countries become more friendly

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