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A fret is a raised portion on the neck of a stringed instrument.
Fret or FRET may also refer to:
- Förster resonance energy transfer or fluorescence resonance energy transfer; a fluorescence phenomenon with applications in biology and chemistry
- Fret (architecture), a repeated geometric ornament, forming a frieze
- Fret (heraldry), a heraldic charge
- FRET (magazine), a free magazine about the pop music scene in the Netherlands
- SNCF Fret, the rail freight organisation of the SNCF
- frets or stroma lamellae (biology)
- Sea fret Haar_(fog)
- Fretter, an American electronics retailer
- Fretting, wear and corrosion damage at the asperities of contact surfaces
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