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Meaning of “icicle” - Learner’s Dictionary

icicle

noun [C]     /ˈaɪsɪkl/
a long, thin piece of ice that hangs down from somethingIce
Translations of “icicle”
in Arabic دَلاة جليدية…
in Korean 고드름…
in Malaysian isikel…
in French glaçon…
in Turkish buz sarkıtı, saçaklardan sarkan buz…
in Italian ghiacciolo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 冰柱,冰錐…
in Russian сосулька…
in Polish sopel…
in Vietnamese trụ băng…
in Spanish carámbano…
in Portuguese pingente de gelo…
in Thai แท่งน้ำแข็งแหลมที่ย้อยลงมา…
in German der Eiszapfen…
in Catalan caramell…
in Japanese つらら…
in Indonesian untaian air yang membeku…
in Chinese (Simplified) 冰柱,冰锥…
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