How to Pronounce thaw?

Correct pronunciation for the word "thaw" is [θˈɔː], [θˈɔː], [θ_ˈɔː].

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"Thaw" in context

Thaw is the process of snow and ice melting into liquid water due to a rise in temperature. It marks the end of winter and represents the beginning of spring. Thaw is hugely important for the functioning of ecosystems and can lead to a change in the landscape. After snow and ice thaw, large bodies of water form as the ice and snow turn into liquid and they can act as sources of fresh water in certain areas and also as migration paths for animals. Thaw can also sometimes cause flooding in areas that are not prepared to handle the huge influx of water and can wreak havoc on those areas.

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