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icy

adjective (COLD)     /ˈaɪ.si/
covered in ice 覆蓋著冰的,結冰的 icy roads 結冰的馬路 an icy pavement 結冰的人行道 Snow and iceCold
extremely cold 極冷的 She opened the window and I was hit by an icy blast of air. 她打開窗戶,一陣刺骨的寒風向我襲來。 He fell into the icy waters of the Moscow river. 他掉入莫斯科河冰冷刺骨的水中。 Her skin was icy to the touch. 她的皮膚摸起來冰冷。 ColdSnow and ice
icily     /ˈaɪ.sɪ.li/ adverb
She stared icily at us. 她冷冷地看著我們。 Not being friendlyNot saying muchBlunt and direct in speech and behaviourNot showing or feeling emotionsControlling emotions
(Definition of icy adjective (COLD) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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