ice

listen to the pronunciation of ice
Englisch - Türkisch
buz

Buzlu çay gömleğime döküldü. - Iced tea had got on my shirt.

Yanağına bir buz torbası koy. - Put an icepack on your cheek.

(Argo) met

Metamfetaminin kilosu sokaklarda tahmini bir milyon dolardan gidebiliyor. - The drug ice can fetch an estimated $1 million per kilogram on the streets.

Bir buzkıran, buzda on beş metre genişliğinde bir kanal açabilir. - An icebreaker can carve a channel in the ice fifteen meters wide.

{f} dondurmak
donmak
{f} buzlanmak
buzla soğutmak
(Argo) metaamfetamin
(kek/vb.) üzerini şekerle kaplamak
buzla kaplamak
dondurma

Eriyen dondurmanın etrafındaki alan karıncalarla kaynıyordu. - The area around the melting ice cream was crawling with ants.

Ben çikolatalı dondurmayı severim! - I like chocolate ice cream.

{f} dondur

Çok fazla dondurma ve spagetti yememelisin. - You must not eat too much ice-cream and spaghetti.

Eriyen dondurmanın etrafındaki alan karıncalarla kaynıyordu. - The area around the melting ice cream was crawling with ants.

meyvalı dondurma
{i} pasta kaplama şekerlemesi
argo pırlanta
pasta üstü için krema
{f} buza koymak
ice ax dağcıların kullandı
{f} öldürmek
{f} (over/up) buzlanmak
argo öldürmek
{f} buzda soğutmak
{f} üzerine krema sürmek. 5
buza benzer şey
{i} pırlanta
{i} buzlu şerbetten yapılan tatlı
{i} değerli taş
pasta üzerine şekerli krema sürmek
{f} şekerle kaplamak
buzul

Buzullar, kara buzları ve buzul dağları tatlı sudan yapılmıştır. - Glaciers, land ice and icebergs are made of fresh water.

Dünyanın tatlı suyunun %68'inden fazlası buzda ya da buzullarda kilitlidir; ve diğer %30'u yeraltı suyudur. - Over 68 percent of Earth's freshwater is locked up in ice and glaciers; and another 30 percent is in groundwater.

(İmmigration and Customs Enforcement) Göçmen Bürosu
buzlar
buza
ice cream
dondurma

Aman Tanrım, bu dondurma gerçekten çok iyi! - Damn, this ice cream is really good!

İki vanilyalı dondurma lütfen. - Two vanilla ice creams please.

ice climbing
Buz tırmanışı
ice cap
buz tabakası
ice cap
buz örtüsü
ice cold
buz gibi
ice mass
buz kütlesi
ice skater
buz patenci
ice age
(Meteoroloji) buz çağı
ice age
buz devri
ice bar
buz kalıbı
ice berg
aysberg
ice blue
buz mavisi
ice box
soğutucu
ice cap
(Askeri) kıta buzulu
ice cap
(Askeri) iç buzul
ice cave
(Coğrafya) buz ini
ice cover
(Askeri,Teknik) buz örtüsü
ice cube
(Gıda) buz parçası

Bu meyve suyu, iki buz parçasıyla ile çok daha iyi olurdu. - This juice would be even better with two ice cubes.

ice cube
buz küpü

Onun gömleğinden içeri bir buz küpü kaçırdım. - I slipped an ice cube down her shirt.

Buz küpü tepsilerini doldurur musun ve derin dondurucuya koyar mısın? - Could you fill up the ice cube trays and put them in the freezer?

ice cube
(Gıda) küp buz

Kahveme bir küp buz koymak istiyorum, çünkü o genellikle çok sıcak. - I like to put an ice cube into my coffee, because it's usually too hot.

ice field
buzla
ice over
buzlanmak
ice pack
denizde bulunan buz yığını
ice pack
su yolunda buz birikintisi
ice sheet
(Meteoroloji) buz tabakası
ice tong
(Gıda) buz maşası
ice age
buzuk devri
ice age
buzul çağı
ice ax
buz baltası
ice axe
buz baltası
ice bag
buz torbası

Lütfen bir buz torbası getirin. - Please bring an ice bag.

Bir buz torbası alabilir miyim? - May I have an ice bag?

ice bear
kutup ayısı
ice calorimeter
buz kalorimetresi
ice canopy
yığın buzla
ice cascade
buz çağlayanı
ice cave
buzluk
ice cave
buz mağarası

Sami, kar fırtınasından kaçmak için bir buz mağarası inşa etti. - Sami built an ice cave to escape the blizzard.

ice chest
buzluk
ice cream cone
dondurma külahı
ice creeper
buz nalçası
ice dyestuff
azoik boya
ice floe
deniz buzlası
ice fog
buz sisi
ice formation
buz oluşumu
ice free
buz tutmaz
ice hockey
buz hokeyi

Buz hokeyi heyecanlandırıcı bir spordur. - Ice hockey is an exciting sport.

Bir buz hokeyi diski top şeklinde değildir. - An ice hockey puck isn't ball-shaped.

ice house
buz deposu
ice house
buzhane
ice jam
buz yığılması
ice machine
buz yapma makinası
ice mantle
buz örtüsü
ice mantle
buz ortüsü
ice milk
buzlu süt
ice mine
buz mayını
ice pack
buz kesesi
ice pack
buz torbası

Şişmeyi engellemek için ayak bileğine bir buz torbası koymalısın. - You should put an ice pack on your ankle to keep the swelling down.

Tom kafasına bir buz torbası bastırdı. - Tom pressed an ice pack to his head.

ice pack
buz birikintisi
ice pick
buz kıracağı

Tom bir barmen olduğu için, o her gün çalışırken bir buz kıracağı kullanır. - Since Tom is a bartender, he uses an ice pick every day at work.

Birisi Tom'u bir buz kıracağı ile zımbaladı, fakat o şimdi iyi. - Someone stabbed Tom with an ice pick, but he's OK now.

ice plant
buz fabrikası
ice plant
buzhane
ice point
donma noktası
ice point
donma çekidi
ice point
buzlanma çekidi
ice sheet
buz örtüsü
ice skate
{f} buz pateni yap
ice storm
yağmuru yağar yağmaz donduran fırtına
ice tea
buzlu çay
ice-cold
buz gibi

Leyla buz gibi geceyi atlattı. - Layla survived the ice-cold night.

Eve döndüğümde, buz gibi soğuk bir duş aldım. - When I got home, I had a nice, ice-cold shower.

ice-free
buz tutmaz
ice-free
buzsuz
ice blink
(Askeri) BUZ YANSIMA PIRILTISI: Bulutlardaki beyaz parlaklık veya pırıltı. Bu vaziyet, genel olarak, karla örtülü olan buzun gökteki yansımasıdır
ice breaker
Buzkıran, buz kırıcı gemi
ice bucket
buz kovası

Tom Buz Kovası Düellosuna katıldı. - Tom participated in the Ice Bucket Challenge.

ice cream soda
dondurma soda
ice diving
buzlu suya dalma
ice float
buz float
ice maker
Buzdolaplarındaki genelde küp şeklinde olan buzlar oluşturmaya yarayan bölüm
ice man
buz adam
ice packs
buz paketleri
ice pellets
buz pelletleri
ice pop
buz pop
ice ridge
buz ridge
ice ring
Buz üzerinde yapılan sporlar için kullanılan buz pisti
ice sculpture
buz heykel
ice sheets
buz tabakaları
ice shelf
Buzul
ice skate
Buz pateni

Tom bir çift buz pateni kiraladı. - Tom rented a pair of ice skates.

Tom yeni bir çift buz pateni satın aldı. - Tom bought a new pair of ice skates.

ice skates
buz paten

Buz patenlerinizi unutmayın. - Don't forget your ice skates.

Tom yeni bir çift buz pateni satın aldı. - Tom bought a new pair of ice skates.

ice stratum
buz katmanı
ice surface
buz yüzeyi
ice tea
Buzlu da ikram edilebilen soğuk çay
ice up
Karla/buzla kaplanmak, kar/buz tutmak

It did ice up here!.

ice-cream cone pants
dondurma koni pantolon
ice-cream parlour
Dondurmacı
ice-cream scoop
dondurma kepçe
ice-jacking
Buz-kriko: Aşırı soğuk ve/veya donma sebebi ile suyun dönmüş buz halini alması, metal bir bağlantının veya herhangi bir bağlantının başlama/birleşme noktalarında birikerek o bağlantıyı genleşerek kırması, genel olmayan fenomen (olgu/doğal olay) 'içe-jacking (buz-kriko)' olarak bilinir
ice-pack
buz paketi
ice-skate
(Spor) Buz pateni
ice field
buzul
icing
krema

Tom vanilya kremalı iki çikolatalı kap kek aldı ve onlardan birini Mary'ye verdi. - Tom bought two chocolate cupcakes with vanilla icing and gave one of them to Mary.

ice cap
buzul
iced
dondurulmuş
icing
(Denizbilim) buzlama
icing
dondurarak
iced
buzlu

Buzlu kahveyi sevmem, ve o da sevmez. - I don't like iced coffee, and she doesn't either.

Biraz daha buzlu çay ister misin? - Would you like some more iced tea?

iced
{f} dondur
icing
şekerli krema
icing
{f} dondur
ice cap
buz takkesi
ice cap
50000 km2'den daha geniş alan kaplayan buz kütlesi
ice cream
dondurmayla dolu külah: She was eating an ice-cream cone. Külah içinde dondurma yiyordu
ice cream
dondurmalı
ice cream
dondurma külahı
ice cream
dondurma. ice-cream cone
ice cube
küçük buz kalıbı
ice field
buz kütlesi
ice field
isfilt
ice field
aysfild
ice floe
yüzen buz kütlesi
ice floe
buz parçası
ice lolly
meyveli çubuk dondurma
ice pick
dağcı kazması
ice rink
buz pateni pisti

Yol buz pateni pisti gibiydi. - The road is more like an ice rink.

ice rink
buz pateni alanı
ice storm
buz fırtınası
ice up
buzla kaplanmak
ice up
buz tutmak
ice up
buzlanmak
iced
buzlanmış
iced
{s} buza koyulmuş
iced
{s} üzerine krema sürülmüş (pasta/kek)
iced
{s} şeker kaplanmış
iced
{s} buzlu: iced tea buzlu çay
icing
glasaj
icing
{i} buz örtüsü
icing
{i} pasta kaplama şekeri

Pastadan sadece pasta kaplama şekeri eksik. - Only the icing is missing from the cake.

icing
(Askeri) SATIHTA BUZ KİTLESİ: Topraktan, bir nehirden veya bir pınardan sızan suların, üst üste donmasıyla meydana gelen, yüzey buz kütlesi. Buz kalın ve sabit olursa, buna "buz kitlesi" (icing mound); yaz boyunca erimeden kalırsa buna da "tarin" (taryn) denir
icing
pasta ve kek üzerine veya içine sürülen şekerli krema
icing
{i} (pasta ve kek üzerine sürülen) krema v.b
icing
buzlanma
icing
buz kaplama
Englisch - Englisch
One or more diamonds
To shoot the puck the length of the playing surface, causing a stoppage in play called icing

If the Bruins ice the puck, the faceoff will be in their own zone.

To put out a team for a match

Milton Keynes have yet to ice a team this season.

To cool with ice, as a beverage
: To murder
Any substance having the appearance of ice
Crystal form of methamphetamine
To cover with icing (frosting made of sugar and milk or white of egg); to frost; as cakes, tarts, etc
The area where a game of ice hockey is played

The neighbouring countries have enjoyed many great battles on the ice. They last met for gold at the 1998 world championship, won by Sweden. Three years earlier, Finland bested Sweden for the only world title in its history.

Water in frozen (solid) form

It seems that in this lake (Kupalnoze) there is such a diffusion of salt toward the lower stratum of water, even before the freezing begins, otherwise it would be difficult to explain how colder water might remain on the surface, were it not for the greater amount of salt in the lower strata. It has always been difficult to explain how ice is formed on the surface of oceans while the temperature of maximum density is lower than that of cogelation, and the observations on this lake were instituted in the hope that they might throw light upon the subject. The lake, however, contains too much salt to afford a sure standard of comparison with oceanic water.

A frozen dessert made of fruit juice, water and sugar
Any frozen volatile chemical, such as ammonia or carbon dioxide
To become ice, to freeze
a frozen dessert with fruit flavoring (especially one containing no milk) the frozen part of a body of water diamonds; "look at the ice on that dame!"
decorate with frosting; "frost a cake"
Its specific gravity 0
If you ice a cake, you cover it with icing. I've iced and decorated the cake. see also iced, icing
Water in a solid state It can be found in the atmosphere in the form of ice crystals, snow, ice pellets, and hail
{i} frozen water; covering of frozen water; icing, glazing; substance which resembles frozen water; (Slang) diamonds
If you say that someone is on thin ice or is skating on thin ice, you mean that they are doing something risky which may have serious or unpleasant consequences. I had skated on thin ice and, so far, got away with it. to cover a cake with icing (=a mixture made of liquid and very fine sugar) American Equivalent: frost ice down to cover an injured part of the body in ice to stop it from swelling. adj. Solid form of liquid water and water vapour. Below 32 °F (0 °C), liquid water forms a hard solid and water vapour forms frost on surfaces and snowflakes (see snow) in clouds. Unlike most liquids, water expands on freezing, so ice is less dense than liquid water and therefore floats. It consists of compact aggregates of many crystals (with hexagonal symmetry), although ice formed from the bulk liquid does not normally have crystal faces. Molecules in the crystal are held together by hydrogen bonds (see hydrogen bonding). With a very high dielectric constant, ice conducts electricity much better than most nonmetallic crystals. At very high pressures, at least five other crystal forms of ice occur. adj. dry ice Greenland Ice Sheet ice age ice cream ice dancing ice formation ice hockey Larsen Ice Shelf Laurentide Ice Sheet Ross Ice Shelf sea ice
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Water, cream, custard, etc
It is a white or transparent colorless substance, crystalline, brittle, and viscoidal
A mineral, H2O, which may form speleothems in ice caves as, stalactite, stalagmite, drapery, crust, flower, flowstone, helictites and euhedral (having well formed crystal faces) crystals Mineral, Rock and Chemical terms Ref HF
Frozen dessert
Frozen form of water Ice has a specific gravity (0 9166) that is slightly less than water This difference in specific gravity causes ice to float on water
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Ice is frozen water. Glaciers are moving rivers of ice a bitter lemon with ice
The solid form of water It can be found in the atmosphere in the form of ice crystals, snow, ice pellets, and hail, for example
n [coined by Usenetter Tom Maddox, popularized by William Gibson's cyberpunk SF novels: a contrived acronym for `Intrusion Countermeasure Electronics'] Security software (in Gibson's novels, software that responds to intrusion by attempting to immobilize or even literally kill the intruder) Hence, `icebreaker': a program designed for cracking security on a system
Water or other fluid frozen or reduced to the solid state by cold; frozen water
a frozen dessert with fruit flavoring (especially one containing no milk)
[coined by USENETter Tom Maddox, popularized by William Gibson's cyberpunk SF novels: a contrived acronym for `Intrusion Countermeasure Electronics'] Security software (in Gibson's novels, software that responds to intrusion by attempting to literally kill the intruder) Also, `icebreaker': a program designed for cracking security on a system Neither term is in serious use yet as of mid-1991, but many hackers find the metaphor attractive, and each may develop a denotation in the future
Murder
put ice on or put on ice; "Ice your sprained limbs
the frozen part of a body of water
amphetamine used in the form of a crystalline hydrochloride; used as a stimulant to the nervous system and as an appetite suppressant
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Frozen water, water represents emotions
put ice on or put on ice; "Ice your sprained limbs"
a heat engine in which combustion occurs inside the engine rather than in a separate furnace; heat expands a gas that either moves a piston or turns a gas turbine
Planetary scientists use this word to refer to water, methane, and ammonia, which usually occur as solids in the outer solar system
A solid form of water Water frozen, or reduced to the solid state by cold Ice is a transparent, nearly colorless, crystalline, and brittle substance Water in freezing expands about one eleventh of its volume, the specific gravity of ice being 0 9166, that of water at 4°C (39 2°F) being 1 0 Pure water freezes at 0°C (32°F), and ice melts at the same temperature
If someone puts a plan or project on ice, they delay doing it. The deal was put on ice for three months
Information and Content Exchange protocol specification, a potential standard for the Web, based on XML and P3P
A term used to describe water or a number of gases such as methane or ammonia when in a solid state
a flavored sugar topping used to coat and decorate cakes
If you break the ice at a party or meeting, or in a new situation, you say or do something to make people feel relaxed and comfortable. see also ice-breaker
Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement The investigative and enforcement duties of U S Customs, Immigration and Naturalization, and the Federal Protective Service Focuses entirely on criminal investigations and enforcement of immigration and customs laws as they relate to foreign nationals and the entry of goods
Any substance having the appearance of ice; as, camphor ice
If you say that something cuts no ice with you, you mean that you are not impressed or influenced by it. That sort of romantic attitude cuts no ice with money-men
(1 syl ) To break the ice To broach a disagreeable subject; to open the way In allusion to breaking ice for bathers (Latin, scindero glaciem; Italian, romper il giaccio ) (Anglo-Saxon, is ) "[We] An' If you break the ice, and do this feat Will not so graceless be, to be ingrate " Shakespeare: Taming of the Shrew, i 2 Ice-blink (The) An indication of pack-ice or of a frozen surface by its reflection on the clouds If the sky is dark or brown, the navigator may be sure that there is water; if it is white, rosy, or orange-coloured, he may be certain there is ice, for these tints are reflected from the sun's rays, or of light The former is called a "water sky," the latter an "ice sky "
(Otomotiv) See internal combustion engine
Cover with icing (frosting made of sugar and milk or white of egg); to frost; as cakes, tarts, etc
{s} made of ice; made to hold ice; done on ice
A solid form of water Water expands when it freezes The freezing point of water is 32 degrees Fahrenheit or zero degrees Celsius
Cubes of frozen water which would be found in small plastic tray if kids or husbands ever filled the things instead of putting them back in the freezer empty
Also referred to as the rink, the ice is the frozen hockey playing surface
Crystal form of methamphetamines
{f} freeze; solidify by freezing; cover with icing, frost (a cake, etc.); chill; cover or coat with ice
diamonds; "look at the ice on that dame!"
a fusible, fine, granular glass that is used as a decorating medium and is dusted on an adhesive to keep it inplace during firing
To cover with ice; to convert into ice, or into something resembling ice
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water frozen in the solid state; "Americans like ice in their drinks"
Cool with ice, as a beverage
the pitch
a rink with a floor of ice for ice hockey or ice skating; "the crowd applauded when she skated out onto the ice"
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ice age
Any of several cold periods in the history of the earth marked by episodes of extensive glaciation alternating with episodes of relative warmth
ice ax
Alternative spelling of ice axe
ice axe
An axe used by mountaineers to cut footholds in the ice
ice axes
plural form of ice axe
ice axes
plural form of ice ax
ice bag
A waterproof bag with a wide-mouthed stopper designed to hold ice, for service as an ice pack
ice bags
plural form of ice bag
ice barrier
a part of the Antarctic ice shelf that extends into the sea
ice bath
A receptacle containing ice and water (and sometimes salt) that is used to lower something's temperature, or to keep it cold
ice baths
plural form of ice bath
ice blues
plural form of ice blue
ice boat
an ice yacht
ice boats
plural form of ice boat
ice breakers
plural form of ice breaker (alternative spelling of icebreakers)
ice bucket
An often insulated container for holding ice cubes
ice buckets
plural form of ice bucket
ice cap
a large domelike glacial mass usually at high elevation
ice caps
plural form of ice cap
ice cider
an apple cider made from frozen apples harvested after freezing winter weather has descended on the apple orchard
ice cream
A dessert made from frozen sweetened cream or a similar substance, usually flavoured

Strawberries are particularly delicious with ice cream.

ice cream
A snack consisting of ice cream on a stick or in a wafer cone

Can I have some money for an ice cream, Mum?.

ice cream bar
A frozen dessert on a stick or a candy bar that has ice cream in it. The coating is usually a thin layer of chocolate
ice cream cone
An ice cream cone filled with ice cream
ice cream cone
Any sweet, edible cone or half-open cylinder which can be used in this fashion; often made with wafer or waffle techniques
ice cream cone
A thin, conical confection baked from crepe batter, sealed at its apex, used to hold ice cream while it is being eaten
ice cream cones
plural form of ice cream cone
ice cream headache
An unpleasant sensation or ache in the head experienced when biting into something extremely cold
ice cream maker
a machine used to make homemade ice cream
ice cream sandwich
A dessert consisting of a layer of ice cream between two cookies, often thin chocolate wafers
ice cream soda
A beverage made by adding ice cream to a soft drink
ice cream truck
A vehicle from which ice cream is sold at the roadside, mostly to children
ice creams
plural form of ice cream
ice cube
A small cube of ice used for cooling drinks
ice cube
Any small piece of ice used for cooling drinks, larger than crushed ice, regardless of their shape

The new freezer in our kitchen makes round ice cubes!.

ice cubes
plural form of ice cube
ice dam
a mass of ice formed at the transition from a warm to a cold roof surface, frequently formed by refreezing meltwater at the overhang of a steep roof, causing ice and water to back up under roofing materials
ice dam
an obstruction to the flow of a river caused by the flow of a glacier
ice dancing
A form of figure skating, performed by a man and a woman to the beat of music
ice dwarf
A dwarf planet, such as Sedna, larger than the solid part of a comet and containing more ice than an asteroid
ice dwarfs
plural form of ice dwarf
ice field
a network of interconnected glaciers or ice streams having a common source
ice field
a large expanse of floating ice (several miles long)
ice fields
plural form of ice field
ice fishing
The sport of fishing through a hole cut in the ice
ice floe
A flat mass of floating ice, smaller than an ice field
ice fog
A dense fog that consists of fine particles of ice
ice foot
the ledge of ice that forms along Arctic shorelines
ice fractal
a fractal, based on a simple geometric shape and a simple generating motif
ice giant
a giant planet composed mostly of astronomical ices, composed of oxygen, carbon, nitrogen, sulfur, smaller than gas giants
ice hockey player
One who plays ice hockey, especially professionally
ice hockey players
plural form of ice hockey player
ice kachang
a Malaysian dessert of ice with syrup and jelly
ice lollies
plural form of ice lolly
ice lolly
Frozen fruit juice on a stick

I prefer lime ice lollies to lemon ones.

ice luge
a large block of ice with a narrow channel carved through it used to cool a beverage for drinking
ice milk
a dessert of sweetened, frozen milk products
ice needle
a small crystal of ice, floating in the high atmosphere; a constituent of snow mist
ice nucleus
a small atmospheric particle around which, an ice crystal grows
ice over
To become covered in ice, usually of a body of water
ice pack
a large floating mass of ice; pack ice
ice pack
a plastic sac of silicone that can be cooled in a freezer and then used in a cool bag
ice pack
a pack of crushed ice applied to the body in order to reduce pain or inflammation
ice packs
plural form of ice pack
ice palace
A temporary structure, similar to a small palace or castle, made from blocks of ice
ice pellet
Singular form of ice pellets.; a single pellet of sleet
ice pellets
Sleet
ice pellets
Small hail, generally less than 5 mm (0.2 in) in diameter
ice picks
plural form of ice pick
ice plant
a succulent annual, Carpobrotus edulis, of the stone plant family, having pale pink flowers and fleshy leaves covered with glistening hairs
ice plants
plural form of ice plant
ice pop
A snack made of frozen juice on a stick; an ice lolly or popsicle
ice pop
A frozen snack consisting of flavoured ice in a tube; a freezepop
ice racing
the sport of racing cars or other vehicles on frozen lakes or rivers
ice resurfacer
A machine for smoothing the surface of an ice rink
ice rink
A specially frozen surface of water on which people skate or play ice hockey
ice rink
A building that houses such a surface
ice scour
a narrow ditch on a seabed caused by the movement of pack ice
ice scraper
a handheld tool for removing ice from car windows etc
ice sculpture
temporary, decorative sculpture carved from a block of ice
ice sheet
a broad glacial mass with a relatively flat surface
ice shelf
A thick, floating platform of ice that forms where a glacier or ice sheet flows down to a coastline and onto the ocean surface. Ice shelves are found in Antarctica, Greenland, and Canada only
ice show
an entertainment performed by ice skaters
ice shows
plural form of ice show
ice skate
a light boot, fitted with a blade, used for skating on ice
ice skater
a person who ice-skates
ice skates
plural form of ice skate
ice skating rink
A skating rink
ice storm
A storm in which rain freezes on contact with the ground to form a sheet of ice
ice storms
plural form of ice storm
ice swimming
swimming in a body of water with a frozen crust of ice, which requires cutting a hole in the ice
ice up
To become clogged with ice, usually of a mechanical device
ice water
water, for drinking, either chilled in ice, or with the addition of ice cubes
ice wedge
a vertical wedge of subterranean ice
ice wine
A sweet wine made from grapes that are harvested after the first frost
ice worm
any of several worms, of the genus Mesenchytraeus, that inhabit glacial ice
ice yacht
a craft, in the broad shape of a yacht, fitted with skis or runners so as to sail on the ice
ice yachting
the sport of racing ice yachts
ice yachts
plural form of ice yacht
ice-cold
As cold as ice; very cold
ice-cold
Without emotion; distant

The way she stared him down and walked away...everyone in the room could tell she was ice-cold.

ice-cream
Alternative spelling of ice cream
ice-cream soda
a drink of cream soda (or similar) mixed with ice-cream
ice-creamy
Resembling ice cream or some aspect of it

Paint your own flavors to make an ice-creamy collage that never melts!.

ice-floe
Attributive form of ice floe, noun

with ice-floe frigidity.

ice-jack
To freeze underneath an element or between two elements and jacking up the overlaying element, thereby separating it from its underlayment

The support pylon for the ski gondola collapsed because of ice-jacking.

ice-out
the annual thawing of winter ice on a body of water
ice-skate
to skate on ice, wearing ice skates

She had ice-skated the entire lake.

ice-skating rink
An ice rink
ice cap
The ice caps are the thick layers of ice and snow that cover the North and South Poles. an area of thick ice that permanently covers the North and South Poles
ice cap
An ice cap is a dome-shaped ice mass that covers less than 50 000 km² of land area (usually covering a highland area). Masses of ice covering more than 50 000 km² are termed an ice sheet
ice down
Keep frozen in ice
ice over
Become covered or blocked with ice
ice shelf
A floating sheet of ice permanently attached to a land mass
ice up
Become covered or blocked with ice
ice-cream cone pants
(Giyim) Slim-fit pants have a snug fit through the legs and end in a small leg opening. Jeans may be cut in this style, and then are often called skinny jeans. Other names for this style include carrot leg pants, cigarette pants, drainpipes, peg leg pants, pencil pants, skinny pants, slimjims, tapered pants, old-school hood jeans or ice-cream cone pants. In some styles, zippers are needed at the bottom of the leg to facilitate pulling them over the feet. Stretch denim, with anywhere from 2% to 4% spandex, may be used to allow jeans to have a super-slim fit
ice-jacking
(Jeoloji) ‘Ice-jacking’ is the name of the process that loosens the rocks on the gorge face. Water captured in the crevasses of rocks freezes and thaws over long periods of time and creates loose rocks. Rocks are chiseled out of place and allowed to fall into the gorge creating talus. The talus will be either removed or left in place upon completion, depending on where it lands
iced
Very cold, but not necessarily containing ice

an iced drink.

iced
Simple past tense and past participle of ice
icing
A minor violation of ice hockey rules, occurring when a player shoots the puck from his/her side of the red line so that it crosses the goal line on the opponent's side, and the next player to touch the puck is an opponent player other than the goalie. A team playing short-handed is not penalized for this
icing
A sweet glaze made primarily of sugar and often flavored, typically used for baked goods; frosting
ıce
{v} to turn to ice, to cover with concreted sugar
ıce
{n} water frozen, sugar that is concreted
ice cap
Large dome-shaped glacier found covering a large expanse of land Smaller than an ice sheet
ice cap
Permanent covering of ice over a large area
ice cap
An area of ice, smaller than an ice sheet, occurring in the polar regions and high mountains
ice cap
A dome shaped ice mass covering a highland area that is considerably smaller in extent than an ice sheet
ice cap
a mass of ice and snow that permanently covers a large area of land (e g , the polar regions or a mountain peak)
ice cap
An alpine glacier that covers the peak of a mountain
ice cream
frozen dessert containing cream and sugar and flavoring
ice cream
It is a frozen dessert made from cream, or a mixture of cream, milk, sugar, and usually eggs It can also be made from combination of milk products (usually cream combined with fresh, condensed or dry milk), a sweetening agent (sugar, honey, corn syrup or an artificial sweetener) and flavorings such as pieces of chocolate, nuts, fruit, etc Ice cream contains air, the more the air the lighter it will be
ice cream
A frozen dairy product made from cream, milk, sugar, and flavorings
ice cream
All frozen treats (including Popsicles, Slushes, Mr Freezes, etc ) "You want an ice cream?"
ice cream
jimmies
ice cream
America's most popular dessert, a frozen food made from milk products, sweeteners, and flavorings The first ice cream was served by King Charles I, around 1640 He ordered the cook to keep the recipe a secret forever He didn't
ice cream
Ice cream is a very cold sweet food which is made from frozen cream or a substance like cream and has a flavour such as vanilla, chocolate, or strawberry. I'll get you some ice cream
ice cream
frozen dessert made from milk products
ice cream
n eskrim (es)
ice cream
An ice cream is an amount of ice cream sold in a small container or a cone made of thin biscuit. Do you want an ice cream?. A smooth, sweet, cold food prepared from a frozen mixture of milk products and flavorings, containing a minimum of 10 percent milk fat and eaten as a snack or dessert. Frozen dairy food. Ice cream is made from cream or butterfat, milk, sugar, and flavourings. Fruit ices (nondairy frozen desserts) were introduced into Europe from the East sometime after being first described by Marco Polo in his journals. Creation of the first true cream ice is credited to a Parisian café owner named Tortoni in the late 18th century. The ice-cream cone originated at the 1904 World's Fair in St. Louis, Mo., U.S. Commercial ice cream is made by heating and blending its ingredients to form a mix, which is then pasteurized and homogenized. The mix is ripened for several hours and then agitated while being frozen to incorporate air; the highest-quality ice creams incorporate the least air. Ice cream is now available in hundreds, if not thousands, of flavours
ice cube
{i} small square of frozen water
ice cube
An ice cube is a small square block of ice that you put into a drink in order to make it cold. a small block of ice used to make drinks cold
ice cube
a small cube of artificial ice; used for cooling drinks
ice field
large sheet of ice which covers an area of land or water
ice field
A large, level expanse of floating ice that is more than eight kilometers (five miles) in its greatest dimension
ice field
a large flat mass of ice (larger than an ice floe) floating at sea
ice floe
large flat piece of ice floating in the sea
ice floe
An ice floe is a large area of ice floating in the sea. A flat expanse of floating ice smaller than an ice field. an area of ice floating in the sea, that has broken off from a larger mass
ice floe
a flat mass of ice (smaller than an ice field) floating at sea
ice hockey
a game played on an ice rink by two opposing teams of 6 skaters each who try to knock a flat round puck into the opponents' goal with hockey sticks
ice hockey
game played on ice-skates in which two teams try to drive a disk into the opponents' net with hockey sticks
ice hockey
Ice hockey is a game played on ice between two teams of 11 players who use long curved sticks to hit a small rubber disk, called a puck, and try to score goals. A game played on ice in which two opposing teams of skaters, using curved sticks, try to drive a puck into the opponent's goal. Game played on an ice rink by two teams of six players on skates. The object is to drive a puck (a small, hard rubber disk) into the opponents' goal with a hockey stick, thus scoring one point. A game consists of three 20-minute periods. The first true ice-hockey game was played in 1875 between two student teams at Montreal's McGill University. The National Hockey League, consisting of U.S. and Canadian professional teams, was organized in 1917. Hockey was introduced at the Olympic Games in 1920. It is a very aggressive game, and the puck is often taken from a player by means of a hit to the body, called a check. Some contact, such as checking from behind and slashing with the stick, is illegal and draws a penalty. See also Stanley Cup
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