An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (unresponsive to sexual stimuli)
a. frígido
Dr. Smith uses a variety of techniques to treat her frigid patients.La doctora Smith usa una variedad de técnicas en el tratamiento de las pacientes frígidas.
2. (unfriendly)
a. glacial
Chris was frightened when his mother greeted him at the door with a frigid smile at 3 am.Chris se asustó cuando su mamá lo recibió en la puerta con una sonrisa glacial a las 3 am.
b. frío
Samantha was so excited that the desk clerk's rather frigid welcome didn't bother her a bit.Samantha estaba tan emocionada que la bienvenida algo fría del empleado de la recepción no le molestó ni una pizca.
3. (very cold)
a. glacial
Gene and Mary escaped the frigid winter in Minnesota and went to Hawaii.Gene y Mary escaparon del invierno glacial en Minnesota y se fueron a Hawai.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (smile, atmosphere)
a. glacial
2. (sexually)
a. frígida
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frigid [ˈfrɪdʒɪd]
1 (sexually) frígido
2 (unfriendly) [+atmosphere, look etc] frío; glacial
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