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Meaning of “ice cube” - Learner’s Dictionary

ice cube

noun [C]    
a small block of ice that you put into drinks to make them coldIce
Translations of “ice cube”
in Korean 각빙…
in Arabic مُكَعَّب ثَلْج…
in Portuguese pedra de gelo…
in Catalan glaçó…
in Japanese 角氷…
in Italian cubetto di ghiaccio…
in Chinese (Traditional) (加入飲料中的)小冰塊…
in Russian кубик льда…
in Turkish küp şeklinde buz…
in Chinese (Simplified) (加入饮料中的)小冰块…
in Polish kostka lodu…
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