Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Frame"

The meaning of "Frame" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does what does "frame" means here? and please tell me a synonym for it. mean?
A: A good synonym would be "casing" or "body". He means the middle part.
Q: What does framed mean?
A: Like a picture is framed, the door acts like a frame around her face.
Q: What does frames within frames mean?
A: It's trying to create a natural frame around your subject in photography.

The flower is inside a frame = )
Q: What does (framed) ....I think maybe you're being framed mean?
A: It means a person is being accused of something by the person who did it
Q: What does "frame of reference" mean?
A: No frame of reference.....Like a ruler: One inch and three centimeters. The ruler gives you a frame of reference.
Or as Kant said, he got his frame of reference from the starry hosts above and the moral law within.
Or if you like a girl and want to know if you have a chance with her, consider the type guy she is attracted to, that will give you a frame of reference.

Example sentences using "Frame"

Q: Please show me example sentences with framed .
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Q: Please show me example sentences with frame (v).
A: Frame as a verb means someone will make it look like you did something that you didn't do.
The police framed the innocent man for a crime he didn't commit.
They tried to frame him for the murder, but they left the gun at their own house.
Q: Please show me example sentences with frame.
A: "He framed her as the murderer when it was really him." "They put the painting in a picture frame and hung it on the wall."
Q: Please show me example sentences with frame.
A: -It was the first state to frame a written constitution.
-She framed her questions carefully.
-He took the time to frame a thoughtful reply.
-They build the frame of a house.
-I need new frames for my glasses.

Synonyms of "Frame" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between he framed me and he plotted me and its a conspiracy he did to me ?
A: framing someone means you made it look like they did something bad/illegal.
Plotting against someone means your trying to think of ways to do bad stuff to them, like get revenge
a conspiracy is when a group, or organisation covers up something by lying and saying it's something else. people have conspiracy theories where they think the government has done that.
Q: What is the difference between frame and rack ?
A: A frame as in a picture frame:
Q: What is the difference between frame of mind and mood and some people feel with your frame of mind ?
A: Frame of mind is the way you think like
" You should change your frame of mind on racism, its very bad."
Mood mean what you are feeling: happy, sad, upset, etc.
"You're in a bad mood today"
Q: What is the difference between frame and build ?
A: In relation to body size, frame refers to your bones (skeletal) and build refers your muscles (musculo)

- Musculoskeletal
Q: What is the difference between frame and framework ?
A: A frame is a physical sturdy thing surrounding and encompassing another.

Framework is the basic underlying structure which could be abstract

The frame of the bed

The framework of her essay

Translations of "Frame"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? frame
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? frame by frame
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Other questions about "Frame"

Q: how do you use frame of mind and mood in daily routine
A: Usually “frame of mind and mood” is not used in every day English. The closes thing would be “mindset.” For example, “I have the right mindset for this exam” means that I am I feel good about the exam I am about to take. Hope this helps
Q: Please show me how to pronounce frame and flame.
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Q: The frame mount is a heavily modified version of another design which i found here. does this sound natural?
A: Double check the “heavily modified” pronounciation. Overall its good
Q: What does "frame game" mean in the last sentence? This story is from "Arthur".
The story is about Arthur's new glasses.
A: It is a made-up expression. Being in the "something-game" means "to be good at something and to do it a lot."
If you said that you are in the "money-making-game" it means that you are often trying to make money and you are successful at it.

"Frames" are the part of glasses that are not glass.

So, being in the frame-game means that you often wear glasses and that you are an expert about the style of glasses.

The character is making a joke that he is an expert at wearing glasses even though he is wearing ski-goggles
Q: What does "frame lock" in line 7 mean?
A: I've never seen that phrase used for setting up a satellite dish.
But I guess they could be using it as lining up a frame(think picture frame) and locking it in place figuratively.

It's actually called a signal lock. Just having a signal isn't enough to get a picture on a satellite dish. You need to get a signal locked on to the satellite.

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