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iceblock

Line breaks: ice|block
Pronunciation: /ˈʌɪsblɒk
 
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Definition of iceblock in English:

noun

Australian /NZ
A block of flavoured ice on a stick.
Example sentences
  • Why do we allow alcopops and alcohol iceblocks to be targeted at our young?
  • Maybe I should have bought an iceblock and thrown it at you.
  • As the two teams dispersed, grabbing water bottles and iceblocks from the side of the sandy court, Brandon prepared to sneak away.

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