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ice age

noun [C]
 
 
( specialized glacial period)
a time in the past when the temperature was very cold and glaciers (= large masses of ice) spread over large parts of the Earth
冰河時代,冰川期,冰期
Prehistory
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in Chinese (Simplified) 冰河时代,冰川期,冰期…
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