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Definición de “ice” en inglés

ice

noun uk   /aɪs/ us  

ice noun (FROZEN WATER)

A2 [U] water that has frozen and become solid, or pieces of this: The pond was covered in ice all winter. Would you like ice in your juice? I've put a couple of bottles of champagne on ice (= in a container of ice to get cold). He skidded on a patch of ice.

ice noun (ICE CREAM)

[C] UK old-fashioned an ice cream, especially one bought in a shop: The shop sign said 'Drinks, Cakes, Ices!'

ice noun (JEWELLERY)

[U] informal jewellery, especially diamonds
Idioms

ice

verb [T] uk   /aɪs/ us  

ice verb [T] (COVER CAKES)

UK (US frost) to cover a cake with icing (= a food made mainly with sugar): I've made her a chocolate cake - now I just need to ice it.

ice verb [T] (KILL)

US slang to murder someone
Phrasal verbs
(Definition of ice from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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