What is the frame?
Linguists did not agree on the exactthe origin of the word "frame". In some dictionaries it is said that it originated from the French "carcasse (skeleton)", in others it is indicated on the Italian basis "carcassa (skeleton)". So what is the frame? To indicate what exactly is used this word and in what cases is its use appropriate?
Meanings of the word
The skeleton is a skeleton, a base, a skeleton, a base,skeleton. Depending on the context in which this word is used, its meaning is slightly changed. However, the original meaning - "skeleton", "skeleton" - is preserved in any context.
- Framework as a technical term. The foundation of an object or article in the form of a skeleton (skeleton). For example, a framework of metal rods in reinforced concrete slabs. Frame for the lampshade.
- The framework in figurative meaning (literary) is the basis of the work. For example, the frame of the plot.
In these meanings the word "skeleton" is a skeleton of something consisting of fastened (interconnected) elements, providing the form, strength and stability of the product (object, work).
There are other, little-known meanings of this word:
- The framework is an obsolete name for the mortar core.
- The frame is a tree (also known as an "iron tree"), the wood of which is used to make some musical instruments.