fro
[frəʊ]
ADVERB
archaic
dialect
  1. from.See also to and fro.
Origin
Middle English: from Old Norse frá ( see from).
'fro
[frəʊ]
NOUN
'fros (plural noun)
  1. an Afro hairstyle or a frizzy or bushy hairstyle resembling one.
Origin
1970s: abbreviation of Afro.
Words starting with fro:
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Words that rhyme with fro:
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How to use fro in a sentence?
the Secretary of State shuttled to and fro seeking compromise.
fierce lions went ravening to and fro.
chairs were being shunted to and fro.
Pat rolled the trolley to and fro.
How to say fro in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans heen
Arabic (NOUN)ذهابا, جيئة, ايابا
(VERB)استثمارية
Bangla অশ্ব
Bosnian (Latin) amo-tamo
Bulgarian насам-натам
Cantonese (Traditional) 弗羅
Chinese Simplified 弗罗
Chinese Traditional 弗羅
Croatian (NOUN)amo
Czech (NOUN)spatřují, tam
Danish (NOUN)tilbage, fr
Fijian veiciciyaki me ra
Filipino parito
Finnish (NOUN)edestakaisin
French (NOUN)bof, BSRF, venues
German (NOUN)her
Greek (NOUN)δώθε
Haitian Creole obligations
Hebrew (NOUN)לרכב
Hungarian (NOUN)oda
Indonesian (NOUN)mondar, mandir
Italian (NOUN)sguscia, indietro, dall
(ADJECTIVE)andirivieni
Japanese (NOUN)あちこち, 往復, あちらこちら, フロ
Kiswahili huku
Korean (NOUN)이리저리, 아프로, 오가는
Latvian (NOUN)turp
Lithuanian (NOUN)atgal
Malagasy eroa
Maltese tniżżlet
Persian (NOUN)وپیش
Polish (NOUN)powrotem
Portuguese (NOUN)Afro
Romanian (NOUN)încolo
Russian (NOUN)сюда, СРО, взад
Samoan solo
Serbian (Cyrillic) смрзнутог јогурта
Serbian (Latin) smrznutog jogurta
Slovak (NOUN)vidia
Slovenian (NOUN)amo, tja
Spanish (NOUN)venían, otro
Swedish (NOUN)budgettransaktioner, frå, tillbaka
Tahitian i raro
Tamil முன்னும்
Telugu ఫ్రో
Thai หวี
Tongan fano
Turkish (NOUN)sağa sola
Ukrainian (NOUN)сюди
Urdu فرو
Welsh Ynni'r Fro
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