As an adjective frosted
is having frost present; frosty.
As a verb froshed is
Having frost present; frosty
Appearing to have frost
- Eiswein is made from ''frosted'' grapes.
(slang) Extremely intoxicated.
- She installed ''frosted'' windows since there is a clear view of her bathroom from her neighbor's bedroom.
- I am so ''frosted'' now that I drank that 12 pack.
From (etyl) frosch, from (etyl) . See also (l), (l).
(dialectal) A frog.
From an alteration of freshman, under influence from (etyl) dialectal . Related to English (l) above.
(colloquial) A first year student, at certain universities.
- That frosh is really getting on my nerves, just he wait till hell-week!
* fresher (UK)
(slang) To initiate academic freshmen, notably in a testing way.
(slang) To damage through incompetence.
- This campus does not tolerate froshing in any form.
- Trying to open my car door with a coat hanger, I froshed the mechanism.
* (initiate) haze