Learn Essential English Vocabulary Lesson 1 | Frisk




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Learn Essential English Vocabulary Lesson 1 | Frisk

Do you know the meaning of Frisk? Let’s find out in this lesson.

Meaning:
To search (someone) by passing hands over clothes for hidden weapons, drugs or illegal objects.

Mnemonic:
Security guards “free the risk” by frisking (searching) people.

Example sentences:
Example 1 – We were frisked at the movie theatre by security at the entrance.
Example 2 – The cops thoroughly frisked the suspect.
Example 3 – She was quick to frisk the customer before allowing her to enter the mall.

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