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Definition of “icy” - Learner’s Dictionary

icy

adjective     /ˈaɪsi/
WITH ICE
B1 covered in ice: icy conditions/roads Ice
COLD
B1 extremely cold: an icy wind icy waterColdSnow and ice
WITHOUT EMOTION
B2 without showing any emotion: an icy look/stareNot showing or feeling emotionsControlling emotions
icily adverb
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