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The meaning of Frisk


Frisk – definition


(of a police officer or other official) pass the hands over (someone) in a search for hidden weapons, drugs, or other items.

Usage examples:

He raised his arms to permit the officer to frisk him

Skip or leap playfully; frolic.

Usage examples:

Spaniels frisked around me

An act of frisking someone.

Usage examples:

A frisk search

A playful skip or leap.

Usage examples:

As the procession approached hadleigh, he slipped off his horse, and leaped and took a frisk or two…

To use your hands to search someone’s clothes and body for hidden objects or weapons

Usage examples:

I was frisked when we went through security at the airport., the dog ran ahead, frisking in the bru…

Frisk translation into English

Frisk: translate from English into Chinese

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搜身, 欢跃, 欢欣鼓舞, 抄身

Frisk: translate from English into Dutch

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Fouilleren, Dartelen, Pretje, Springen, Vrolijk rondhuppelen, Huppelen, Dartele sprong

Frisk: translate from English into French

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Fouiller, Gambader, Vivacité, Batifoler, Folâtrer

Frisk: translate from English into German

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Filzen, Hüpfen, Umhertollen, Durchsuchen, Abtasten, Trippeln

Frisk: translate from English into Hindi

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क्रीड़ा करना, नाचना, उछलना, कलोल करना

Frisk: translate from English into Italian

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Perquisire, Agitare, Saltellare, Fare salti, Fare capriole

Frisk: translate from English into Korean

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뒤흔들다, 뛰어 돌아다니다, 몸을 옷 위로 만져 뒤지다

Frisk: translate from English into Russian

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Обыскивать, Резвиться, Прыгать, Прыжок, Обыскивание, Скачок

Frisk: translate from English into Spanish

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Cacheo, Cachear, Brincar, Retozar, Cabriolar, Juguetear, Registrar por

Word origin

early 16th century (in frisk (sense 2 of the noun)): from obsolete frisk ‘lively, frisky’, from Old French frisque ‘alert, lively, merry’, perhaps of Germanic origin. frisk (sense 1 of the no

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