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ice creamnoun [C or U]

uk   /ˌaɪs ˈkriːm/ us   /ˈaɪs ˌkriːm/
A1 a very cold, sweet food made from frozen milk or cream, sugar, and a flavour: a tub of ice cream chocolate chip/vanilla ice cream

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ice creamnoun [U]

us   /ˈɑɪs ˌkrim/
a sweet, frozen food made from milk and cream: chocolate ice cream
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Translations of “ice cream”
in Arabic مُثَلَّجات…
in Korean 아이스크림…
in Portuguese sorvete…
in Catalan gelat…
in Japanese アイス(クリーム)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 冰激凌…
in Turkish dondurma…
in Russian мороженое…
in Chinese (Traditional) 霜淇淋…
in Italian gelato…
in Polish lody…
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