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ice

noun [U]
 
 
/aɪs/
A2 water that has frozen and become solid: Gerry slipped on the ice and broke his arm. I've put a couple of bottles of champagne on ice (= in a bucket of ice to get cold).Ice
Translations of “ice”
in Arabic ثَلْج…
in Korean 얼음…
in Malaysian ais, ais krim, ais lemon…
in French glace, crème glacée, sorbet…
in Turkish buz…
in Italian ghiaccio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 結冰的水, 冰, 冰塊…
in Russian лед…
in Polish lód…
in Vietnamese băng, kem, món tráng miệng có vị hoa quả (Mỹ)…
in Spanish hielo, helado, postre…
in Portuguese gelo…
in Thai น้ำแข็ง, ไอศกรีม…
in German das Eis…
in Catalan gel, glaç…
in Japanese 氷…
in Indonesian es, es krim, kue…
in Chinese (Simplified) 结冰的水, 冰, 冰块…
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