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ice

noun [no plural]   /aɪs/
A2 water that is so cold it has become solid hielo Would you like ice and lemon in your drink?
break the ice
to make people who have not met before feel more relaxed with each other romper el hielo I told everyone a joke, which helped to break the ice.
on ice
If a plan is on ice, a decision has been made to delay it for a period of time suspendido Both projects are on ice until the question of funding is resolved.
(Definition of ice from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ice

noun /ais/
frozen water hielo The pond is covered with ice.
an ice cream helado Three chocolate ices, please.
(American ) a fruit-flavoured/-flavored frozen dessert usually made without milk and cream postre a lemon ice.
icing noun
a mixture of sugar, white of egg, water etc used to cover or decorate cakes. alcorza, glaseado
icy adjective ( comparative icier, superlative iciest)
very cold helado, glacial icy winds.
covered with ice helado icy roads.
unfriendly frío, seco an icy tone of voice.
icily adverb
fríamente, secamente ’And what do you want?’ she responded icily.
iciness noun
lo glacial the iciness of the roads.
ice age noun
a time when a great part of the earth’s surface was covered with ice. período glacial
ice axe noun ( ice ax)
a type of axe/ax used by mountain climbers to cut holds in ice for their hands and feet. piolet
iceberg noun
a huge mass of ice floating in the sea iceberg The ship hit an iceberg and sank.
ice box noun
(American) a refrigerator. congelador
icecream noun
cream or a mixture of creamy substances, flavoured/flavored and frozen helado chocolate ice cream.
ice cube noun
a small cube of ice used for cooling drinks etc cubito de hielo The bartender put two ice cubes in my glass.
ice hockey noun
(British ) a game played on ice by two teams of six players. The players use long sticks to hit a small round flat object called a puck into the other team’s goal; hockey(American) hockey sobre hielo a game of ice hockey.
ice lolly noun ( plural ice lollies)
(British ) ;a piece of ice or ice cream with a fruit flavour/flavor that is served on a stick; Popsicle(American) helado, polo a strawberry ice lolly.
ice rink noun
a large room or building with a floor of ice for skating. pista de patinaje
ice-skate verb
to skate on ice. patinar sobre hielo
ice-skating noun
patinaje sobre hielo
ice tray noun
a metal or plastic tray for making ice-cubes in a refrigerator. bandeja para cubitos
ice over phrasal verb ( ice up)
to become covered with ice helarse The pond iced over during the night The windows have iced up.
(Definition of ice from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “ice”
in Korean 얼음…
in Arabic ثَلْج…
in Malaysian ais, ais krim, ais lemon…
in French glace, crème glacée, sorbet…
in Russian лед…
in Chinese (Traditional) 結冰的水, 冰, 冰塊…
in Italian ghiaccio…
in Turkish buz…
in Polish lód…
in Vietnamese băng, kem, món tráng miệng có vị hoa quả (Mỹ)…
in Portuguese gelo…
in Thai น้ำแข็ง, ไอศกรีม…
in German das Eis…
in Catalan gel, glaç…
in Japanese 氷…
in Chinese (Simplified) 结冰的水, 冰, 冰块…
in Indonesian es, es krim, kue…
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