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Away; back: moving to and fro.
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back or from. See to and fro
[C12: from Old Norse frā; related to Old English fram from]
n, pl fros or 'fros
(Hairdressing & Grooming) short for Afro
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from; back (used in the phrase to and fro).
[1150–1200; Middle English fro, fra < Old Norse frā from; akin to Old English fram from]
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sem in tja
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