Definition of ice-free in English:

ice-free

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adjective

Free from or not covered by ice: the Gulf Stream keeps the Norwegian coast ice-free all year round the annual ice-free period begins between late June and mid July
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  • Halifax has long been a bustling international port and naval base, as well as being the only ice-free port on Canada's eastern seaboard.
  • Large diesel generators must produce all electricity locally, using fuel delivered by a river barge during the summer months when the Yukon is ice-free.
  • Water sources may be kept ice-free by an immersible electric heater that goes right into the birdbath water.

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