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A fret is a raised portion on the neck of a stringed instrument.
Fret or FRET may also refer to:
- in architecture, a repeated geometric ornament, forming a frieze; especially: an ancient Greek motif, also called meander
- similar to the above, but metallic and designed to front a fireplace.
- a heraldic charge; see Ordinary (heraldry)#Fixed subordinaries
- FRET (Förster Resonance Energy Transfer, or Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer), a technique in fluorescence microscopy
- SNCF Fret : The rail freight organisation of the SNCF (from the French fret meaning 'freight' or 'cargo')
- FRET (magazine), a free magazine about the pop music scene in the Netherlands
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