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ICE1 British & World English

(In the UK) Institution of Civil Engineers

ICE2 British & World English

An entry stored in a person’s mobile phone that provides emergency contact information

ice British & World English

Frozen water, a brittle transparent crystalline solid

-ice British & World English

Forming nouns such as service, police, and abstract nouns such as avarice, justice

de-ice British & World English

Remove ice from

on ice in ice British & World English

(Of wine or food) kept chilled by being surrounded by ice

ice over/up in ice British & World English

Become covered or blocked with ice

on ice British & World English

(Of wine or food) kept chilled by being surrounded by ice

cat ice British & World English

Thin ice from under which the water has receded

dry ice British & World English

Solid carbon dioxide

ice age British & World English

A glacial episode during a past geological period

ice axe British & World English

An axe used by climbers for cutting footholds in ice, having a head with one pointed and one flattened end, and a spike at the foot

ice bag British & World English

A bag filled with ice and applied to the body to reduce swelling or lower temperature

ice cap British & World English

A covering of ice over a large area, especially on the polar region of a planet

ice fog British & World English

Fog formed of minute ice crystals

ice tea British & World English

North American term for iced tea.

black ice British & World English

A transparent coating of ice, especially on a road surface

blue ice British & World English

Ice of a vivid blue colour, formed when a large body of water freezes suddenly

choc ice British & World English

A small bar of ice cream with a thin coating of chocolate

drift ice British & World English

Detached pieces of ice drifting with the wind or ocean currents

fast ice British & World English

Ice that covers seawater but is attached to land

glare ice British & World English

Smooth, glassy ice

pack ice British & World English

A mass of ice floating in the sea, formed by smaller pieces freezing together

open ice British & World English

Ice-covered water through which navigation is possible

water ice British & World English

A dessert consisting of frozen fruit juice or flavoured water and sugar

ice beer British & World English

A type of strong lager brewed at sub-zero temperatures so that ice crystals form. These are then strained off to remove impurities and excess water

ice blue British & World English

A very pale blue colour

ice-bound British & World English

Completely surrounded or covered by ice

ice chest British & World English

A chilled box for keeping something cold, especially food

ice-cold British & World English

Very cold; as cold as ice

ice cream British & World English

A semi-soft frozen dessert made with sweetened and flavoured milk fat

ice cube British & World English

A small block of ice made in a freezer, especially for adding to drinks

ice field British & World English

An expanse of ice, especially in polar regions

ice-free British & World English

Free from or not covered by ice

ice front British & World English

The lower edge of a glacier

ice lolly British & World English

A piece of flavoured ice or ice cream on a stick

ice milk British & World English

A frozen dessert similar to ice cream but containing less butterfat

ice pick British & World English

A small pick used by climbers to traverse ice-covered slopes

ice plant British & World English

Either of two succulent plants which are widely cultivated for their flowers:

ice sheet British & World English

A layer of ice covering an extensive tract of land for a long period of time

ice shelf British & World English

A floating sheet of ice permanently attached to a land mass

ice show British & World English

An entertainment performed by ice skaters

ice skate British & World English

A boot with a blade attached to the sole, used for skating on ice

ice storm British & World English

A storm of freezing rain that leaves a coating of ice

ice water British & World English

Water produced by the melting of ice

ice wine British & World English

A sweet, concentrated wine made from grapes that froze on the vine

ice yacht British & World English

another term for iceboat111.

coconut ice British & World English

A sweet made from sugar and desiccated coconut

ice bucket British & World English

A cylindrical container holding chunks of ice, the ice being used either directly in drinks or for chilling a bottle of wine

ice-covered British & World English

Having a layer of ice on the surface


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