frostbound

frostbound

(ˈfrɒstbaʊnd)
adj
(of ground) hardened by frost
Translations

frostbound

[ˈfrɒstbaʊnd] ADJ [field, land] → helado; [road] → bloqueado por la helada; [village] → aislado por la helada
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But he did feature in the 5-1 FA Cup third-round replay win over West Ham at a frostbound Upton Park in January 1960.
Yesterday's scheduled reserve team game with Macclesfield was postponed due to a frostbound pitch.
Durham's Barry Maskell - after a disappointing run in last week's Northern Championships - returned to form on the hilly frostbound course to win the Senior Boys' race.
These are the same covers that did such a good job at Newbury and Cheltenham earlier in the season and I remember the on-course RUK presenters at Newbury making a point of contrasting the raceable ground on the track itself to the frostbound surrounding ground and saying how racing would have had no chance of taking place without the covers.
Rearranged from frostbound Ascot 12 days ago, the race provided the anticipated cakewalk for the 2-13 favourite.
Leamington were due to travel to Chippenham Town in the Zamaretto Premier Division tonight but that looks to be a forlorn hope with the Wiltshire side's Hardenhuish Park pitch frostbound while Rugby Town's home game against Burnham this evening was called off yesterday.
That our rag-tag band of proud mums and dads survived one frostbound cup encounter is, frankly, a miracle.
Aberdeen GSFP v Dundee HSFP was postponed as Rubislaw was frostbound.
Many courses, particularly in the north, were snow and frostbound over the weekend.
Clerk of the course Jonjo Sanderson was hoping conditions would improve after a 9am inspection this morning but the course is still frostbound.
The match will be replayed on March 2 when Moseley will hope that it will be third time lucky having made a wasted journey to Otley last month only to discover that the Cross Green pitch was frostbound.