Definition of Snow in English :

Define Snow in English

Snow meaning in English

Meaning of Snow in English

Pronunciation of Snow in English

Snow pronunciation in English

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1. snow, snowfall

precipitation falling from clouds in the form of ice crystals

2. snow

a layer of snowflakes (white crystals of frozen water) covering the ground

3. baron snow of leicester, c. p. snow, charles percy snow, snow

English writer of novels about moral dilemmas in academe (1905-1980)

4. blow, c, coke, nose candy, snow

street names for cocaine


5. snow

fall as snow

Example Sentences:
'It was snowing all night'

6. bamboozle, hoodwink, lead by the nose, play false, pull the wool over someone's eyes, snow

conceal one's true motives from especially by elaborately feigning good intentions so as to gain an end

Example Sentences:
'He bamboozled his professors into thinking that he knew the subject well'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


see synonyms of snow
precipitation from clouds in the form of flakes of ice crystals formed in the upper atmosphere
▶ Related adjective: niveous
a layer of snowflakes on the ground
a fall of such precipitation
anything resembling snow in whiteness, softness, etc
the random pattern of white spots on a television or radar screen, produced by noise in the receiver and occurring when the signal is weak or absent
6. slang
7.  carbon dioxide snow
8. (intr; with it as subject)
to be the case that snow is falling
9. (tr; usually passive, foll by over, under, in, or up)
to cover or confine with a heavy fall of snow
10. (often with it as subject)
to fall or cause to fall as or like snow
11. (transitive) US and Canadian slang
to deceive or overwhelm with elaborate often insincere talk
snow job
12.  be snowed under
C(harles) P(ercy), Baron. 1905–80, British novelist and physicist. His novels include the series Strangers and Brothers (1949–70)

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see synonyms of snow
C(harles) P(ercy)Baron Snow of Leicester 1905-80; Eng. novelist & physicist
particles of water vapor which when frozen in the upper air fall to earth as soft, white, crystalline flakes
a falling of snow
snowy weather
a mass or accumulation of fallen snow
something like snow in whiteness, texture, etc.
6.  US
fluctuating spots appearing on a television screen as a result of a weak signal, shot effect, etc.
7.  US, Slang
cocaine or heroin
verb intransitive
to fall as or like snow
verb transitive
to shower or let fall as or like snow
10.  US
to cover, obstruct, etc. with or as with snow
usually with in, up, under, etc.
11.  US, Slang
to deceive, mislead, or win over by glib talk, flattery, etc.

Webster’s New World College Dictionary, 4th Edition. Copyright © 2010 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved.


see synonyms of snow
1. Frozen precipitation consisting of hexagonally symmetrical ice crystals that form soft, white flakes.
2. A falling of snow; a snowstorm.
3. Something resembling snow, as:
a. The white specks on a television screen resulting from weak reception.
b. Slang Cocaine.
c. Slang Heroin.
v. snowed, snow·ing, snows
To fall as or in snow.
1. To cover, shut off, or close off with snow: We were snowed in.
2. Slang To overwhelm with insincere talk, especially with flattery.
British writer and scientist who is known especially for his 11-volume series Strangers and Brothers (1940-1970).

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