A-frame is used before these nouns: ↑tent

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  • A-frame — ☆ A frame [ā′frām΄ ] adj. designating or of a structural framework, as of a house, with steeply angled sides meeting at the top like the sides of the letter A n. a structure with such a framework …   English World dictionary

  • A-frame — type of framework shaped like the letter A, 1909; in building construction, attested from 1932 …   Etymology dictionary

  • A-Frame — An A frame is a basic structure designed to bear a load in a lightweight economical manner. The simplest form of an A frame is two similarly sized beams, arranged in a 45 degree or greater angle, attached at the top. These materials are often… …   Wikipedia

  • A-frame — /ay fraym /, n. 1. any upright, rigid supporting frame in the form of a triangle or an inverted V, as V. 2. a building constructed principally of such a frame, with a steep gabled roof resting directly on a foundation. [1960 65] * * * …   Universalium

  • A-frame — noun a timber frame shaped like a capital letter A. ↘N. Amer. a house built around an A frame …   English new terms dictionary

  • A-frame — A chassis frame which is shaped like the letter A where the crossbar is often the axle. It is usually found as the frame of a trailer …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • a-frame — I. ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun Usage: capitalized A Etymology: A (I) + frame : a 3 piece frame put together like the lines of a capital A and used to support or hold in position a heavy weight, a hoist, a shaft, or a pipe II. noun Usage: capitalized A …   Useful english dictionary

  • A-frame — noun Date: circa 1909 1. a support structure shaped like the letter A 2. a building typically having triangular front and rear walls and a roof reaching to or nearly to the ground …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • A-frame — [[t]ˈeɪˌfreɪm[/t]] n. cvb bui archit. a building with a steep gabled roof resting directly on a foundation • Etymology: 1960–65 …   From formal English to slang

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