Associations to the word «Ice»
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ICE, noun. (uncountable) Water in frozen (solid) form.
ICE, noun. (uncountable) Covering made of frozen water on a river or other water basin in cold season.
ICE, noun. (uncountable) (physics) (astronomy) Any frozen volatile chemical, such as ammonia or carbon dioxide.
ICE, noun. (uncountable) (astronomy) Any volatile chemical, such as water, ammonia, or carbon dioxide, not necessarily in solid form.
ICE, noun. (countable) A frozen dessert made of fruit juice, water and sugar.
ICE, noun. (uncountable) Any substance having the appearance of ice.
ICE, noun. (uncountable) (slang) One or more diamonds.
ICE, noun. (uncountable) (slang) (drugs) Crystal form of methamphetamine.
ICE, noun. (uncountable) (ice hockey) The area where a game of ice hockey is played.
ICE, verb. To cool with ice, as a beverage.
ICE, verb. To become ice, to freeze.
ICE, verb. (slang): To murder.
ICE, verb. To cover with icing (frosting made of sugar and milk or white of egg); to frost; as cakes, tarts, etc.
ICE, verb. (ice hockey) To put out a team for a match.
ICE, verb. (ice hockey) To shoot the puck the length of the playing surface, causing a stoppage in play called icing.
ICE AGE, noun. Any of several cold periods in the history of the earth marked by episodes of extensive glaciation alternating with episodes of relative warmth.
ICE AGES, noun. Plural of ice age
ICE AX, noun. Alternative spelling of ice axe
ICE AXE, noun. An axe used by mountaineers to cut footholds in the ice
ICE AXES, noun. Plural of ice axe
ICE AXES, noun. Plural of ice ax
ICE BAG, noun. A waterproof bag with a wide-mouthed stopper designed to hold ice, for service as an ice pack.
ICE BAGS, noun. Plural of ice bag
ICE BARRIER, noun. A part of the Antarctic ice shelf that extends into the sea
ICE BARRIERS, noun. Plural of ice barrier
ICE BATH, noun. A receptacle containing ice and water (and sometimes salt) that is used to lower something's temperature, or to keep it cold
ICE BATHS, noun. Plural of ice bath
ICE BEER, noun. A pale lager beer which has undergone some degree of fractional freezing, similar to the German Eisbock.
ICE BEERS, noun. Plural of ice beer
ICE BLUE, noun. A very pale blue colour.
ICE BLUE, adjective. Of a very pale blue colour.
ICE BLUES, noun. Plural of ice blue
ICE BOAT, noun. An ice yacht.
ICE BOAT, noun. An icebreaker; a ship that breaks through ice.
ICE BOATS, noun. Plural of ice boat
ICE BREAKER, noun. Alternative spelling of icebreaker
ICE BREAKERS, noun. Plural of ice breaker (alternative spelling of icebreakers).
ICE BRIDGE, noun. An ice control structure on a river, to control flowing river ice, that spans the breadth of the river, and may have a traversable roadway on top
ICE BRIDGE, noun. A type of ice road, a floating-bridge-like roadway made of floating ice atop a body of water
ICE BRIDGE, noun. A type of ice road, a causeway-like road across a body of water, made of full-depth ice, where from the road surface to the lakebed/riverbed is solid ice
ICE BRIDGES, noun. Plural of ice bridge
ICE BUCKET, noun. An often insulated container for holding ice cubes.
ICE BUCKETS, noun. Plural of ice bucket
ICE CAP, noun. A permanent expanse of ice encompassing a large geographical area, e.g. in Earth's polar zones or at high elevation.
ICE CAPS, noun. Plural of ice cap
ICE CIDER, noun. An apple cider made from frozen apples harvested after freezing winter weather has descended on the apple orchard.
ICE CLIMBING, noun. (climbing) The activity of ascending inclined ice formations.
ICE COOL, adjective. (idiomatic) calm and composed in a difficult situation.
ICE CORE, noun. A core sample removed from an ice sheet, most commonly from the polar ice caps of Antarctica, Greenland or from high mountain glaciers elsewhere, the properties of which can be used to reconstruct a climatic record of a given area.
ICE CORES, noun. Plural of ice core
ICE CREAM, noun. (uncountable) A dessert made from frozen sweetened cream or a similar substance, usually flavoured.
ICE CREAM, noun. (countable) A snack consisting of ice cream on a stick, in a cup or in a wafer cone.
ICE CREAM BAR, noun. A frozen dessert on a stick or a candy bar that has ice cream in it. The coating is usually a thin layer of chocolate.
ICE CREAM CONE, noun. A thin, conical confection baked from crepe batter, sealed at its apex, used to hold ice cream while it is being eaten.
ICE CREAM CONE, noun. Any sweet, edible cone or half-open cylinder which can be used in this fashion; often made with wafer or waffle techniques.
ICE CREAM CONE, noun. An ice cream cone filled with ice cream.
ICE CREAM CONES, noun. Plural of ice cream cone
ICE CREAM HEADACHE, noun. A pain in the head from eating or drinking something cold.
ICE CREAM MAKER, noun. A machine used to make homemade ice cream.
ICE CREAM MAKERS, noun. Plural of ice cream maker
ICE CREAM PARLOR, noun. A retail business that sells ice cream and related products to consumers.
ICE CREAM SANDWICH, noun. A dessert consisting of a layer of ice cream between two cookies, often thin chocolate wafers.
ICE CREAM SOCIAL, noun. A party focused around eating ice cream.
ICE CREAM SOCIALS, noun. Plural of ice cream social
ICE CREAM SODA, noun. A beverage made by adding ice cream to a soft drink.
ICE CREAM SUNDAE, noun. A sundae.
ICE CREAM SUNDAES, noun. Plural of ice cream sundae
ICE CREAM TRUCK, noun. (US) A vehicle from which ice cream is sold at the roadside, mostly to children.
ICE CREAM VAN, noun. (UK) A vehicle from which ice cream is sold at the roadside, mostly to children.
ICE CREAMERY, noun. (Commonwealth) A place where ice cream is made.
ICE CREAMERY, noun. (Commonwealth) A shop selling ice cream.
ICE CREAMS, noun. Plural of ice cream
ICE CUBE, noun. Used other than as an idiom: see ice, cube.
ICE CUBE, noun. Any small piece of ice used for cooling drinks, larger than crushed ice, regardless of their shape.
ICE CUBE TRAY, noun. An ice tray.
ICE CUBE TRAYS, noun. Plural of ice cube tray
ICE CUBES, noun. Plural of ice cube
ICE DAM, noun. An obstruction to the flow of a river caused by the flow of a glacier
ICE DAM, noun. (roofing) a mass of ice formed at the transition from a warm to a cold roof surface, frequently formed by refreezing meltwater at the overhang of a steep roof, causing ice and water to back up under roofing materials.
ICE DAMS, noun. Plural of ice dam
ICE DANCING, noun. A form of figure skating, performed by a man and a woman to the beat of music.
ICE DIVING, noun. A form of undersea diving in which the diver enters the water through a hole cut in the ice.
ICE DWARF, noun. (astronomy) An astronomical object, such as Sedna, larger than the solid part of a comet and containing more ice than an asteroid.
ICE DWARFS, noun. Plural of ice dwarf
ICE FIELD, noun. A network of interconnected glaciers or ice streams having a common source
ICE FIELD, noun. A large expanse of floating ice (several miles long)
ICE FIELDS, noun. Plural of ice field
ICE FISH, verb. To fish through a hole cut into ice.
ICE FISHING, noun. The sport of fishing through a hole cut in the ice.
ICE FLOE, noun. A flat mass of floating ice, smaller than an ice field.
ICE FLOES, noun. Plural of ice floe
ICE FOG, noun. A dense fog that consists of fine particles of ice.
ICE FOOT, noun. The ledge of ice that forms along Arctic shorelines
ICE FRACTAL, noun. (mathematics) a fractal, based on a simple geometric shape and a simple generating motif
ICE GIANT, noun. (Norse mythology) An instance of a type of giants associated with coldness and iciness.
ICE GIANT, noun. (astronomy) A giant planet composed mostly of astronomical ices (condensed forms of volatile compounds) including water, methane, oxygen, carbon, nitrogen, and sulfur, and smaller than a gas giant. (e.g. Neptune and Uranus)
ICE GIANTS, noun. Plural of ice giant
ICE HOCKEY, noun. A form of hockey played on an ice rink with a puck rather than ball.
ICE HOCKEY PLAYER, noun. One who plays ice hockey, especially professionally.
ICE HOCKEY PLAYERS, noun. Plural of ice hockey player
ICE HOUSE, noun. Alternative spelling of icehouse
ICE HOUSES, noun. Plural of ice house
ICE KACHANG, noun. A Malaysian dessert of ice with syrup and jelly
ICE LOLLIES, noun. Plural of ice lolly
ICE LOLLY, noun. (British) Frozen fruit juice on a stick.
ICE LUGE, noun. A large block of ice with a narrow channel carved through it used to cool a beverage for drinking.
ICE LUGES, noun. Plural of ice luge
ICE MILK, noun. A dessert that resembles ice cream but is made of milk rather than cream.
ICE NEEDLE, noun. A small crystal of ice, floating in the high atmosphere; a constituent of snow mist
ICE NUCLEUS, noun. A small atmospheric particle, around which an ice crystal grows
ICE OVER, verb. (intransitive) To become covered in ice, usually of a body of water.
ICE PACK, noun. A large floating mass of ice; pack ice
ICE PACK, noun. A pack of crushed ice applied to the body in order to reduce pain or inflammation
ICE PACK, noun. A plastic sac of silicone that can be cooled in a freezer and then used in a cool bag
ICE PACKS, noun. Plural of ice pack
ICE PALACE, noun. A temporary structure, similar to a small palace or castle, made from blocks of ice.
ICE PELLET, noun. Singular of ice pellets; a single pellet of sleet.
ICE PELLETS, noun. Plural of ice pellet
ICE PELLETS, noun. Small hail, generally less than 5 mm (0.2 in) in diameter.
ICE PELLETS, noun. (chiefly Canada and US) (meteorology) Sleet.
ICE PICK, noun. Alternative spelling of icepick
ICE PICKS, noun. Plural of ice pick
ICE PLANT, noun. A succulent annual, Mesembyanthemum crystallinum, of the stone plant family, having pale pink flowers and fleshy leaves covered with glistening water vesicles.
ICE PLANT, noun. Any of several related plants, especially Carpobrotus edulis.
ICE PLANTS, noun. Plural of ice plant
ICE POINT, noun. The freezing point of pure water at one atmosphere; 0°C (32°F).
ICE POP, noun. A snack made of frozen juice on a stick; an ice lolly or popsicle.
ICE POP, noun. (UK) A frozen snack consisting of flavoured ice in a tube; a freeze pop.
ICE POPS, noun. Plural of ice pop
ICE QUEEN, noun. (idiomatic) A beautiful but heartless woman.
ICE QUEEN, noun. (informal) (sports) A female ice-skating champion.
ICE QUEENS, noun. Plural of ice queen
ICE RACING, noun. The sport of racing cars or other vehicles on frozen lakes or rivers
ICE RESURFACER, noun. A machine for smoothing the surface of an ice rink.
ICE RINK, noun. A specially frozen surface of water on which people skate or play ice hockey.
ICE RINK, noun. A building that houses such a surface.
ICE ROAD, noun. A type of winter road, built on frozen terrain and frozen bodies of water, with a road surface built from ice, typically reinforced by freezing applied water onto the top
ICE ROADS, noun. Plural of ice road
ICE RUN, noun. The instance of river ice breaking apart and running downstream in the spring.
ICE SCOOTER, noun. A type of ice yacht equipped with runners, a flat bottom, and is capable of floating in the water which makes it safe to use also on thin ice.
ICE SCOOTERS, noun. Plural of ice scooter
ICE SCOUR, noun. (geology) a narrow ditch on a seabed caused by the movement of pack ice
ICE SCRAPER, noun. A handheld tool for removing ice from car windows etc
ICE SCULPTURE, noun. (sculpture) temporary, decorative sculpture carved from a block of ice
ICE SHEET, noun. A broad glacial mass with a relatively flat surface
ICE SHEETS, noun. Plural of ice sheet
ICE SHELF, noun. A thick, floating platform of ice that forms where a glacier or ice sheet flows down to a coastline and onto the ocean surface. Ice shelves are found in Antarctica, Greenland, and Canada only.
ICE SHOW, noun. An entertainment performed by ice skaters
ICE SHOWS, noun. Plural of ice show
ICE SKATE, noun. A light boot, fitted with a blade, used for skating on ice
ICE SKATER, noun. A person who ice-skates
ICE SKATERS, noun. Plural of ice skater
ICE SKATES, noun. Plural of ice skate
ICE SKATING, noun. The act, or the sport, of skating on ice.
ICE SKATING RINK, noun. A skating rink.
ICE STORM, noun. A storm in which rain freezes on contact with the ground to form a sheet of ice.
ICE STORMS, noun. Plural of ice storm
ICE SWIMMER, noun. One who participates in ice swimming
ICE SWIMMERS, noun. Plural of ice swimmer
ICE SWIMMING, noun. Swimming in a body of water with a frozen crust of ice, which requires cutting a hole in the ice.
ICE TEA, noun. Iced tea
ICE TRAY, noun. A household item usually in the form of a plastic or metal device with a series of indentations such that the item may be easily filled with water (or another liquid) for the purpose of being placed in a freezer, from which it will later be removed, at which point it will contain easily separable ice cubes (or frozen cubes of whatever liquid was placed in it).
ICE TRAYS, noun. Plural of ice tray
ICE UP, verb. (intransitive) (of a mechanical device, etc.) To become clogged with ice.
ICE VOLCANO, noun. Cryovolcano
ICE VOLCANOES, noun. Plural of ice volcano
ICE WATER, noun. Water, for drinking, either chilled in ice, or with the addition of ice cubes
ICE WEDGE, noun. A vertical wedge of subterranean ice
ICE WINE, noun. A sweet dessert wine made from grapes that are harvested after they have naturally frozen on the vine.
ICE WINES, noun. Plural of ice wine
ICE WORM, noun. Any of several worms, of the genus Mesenchytraeus, that inhabit glacial ice
ICE YACHT, noun. A craft, in the broad shape of a yacht, fitted with skis or runners so as to sail on the ice.
ICE YACHTING, noun. The sport of racing ice yachts
ICE YACHTS, noun. Plural of ice yacht
ICE, noun. Water frozen in the solid state; "Americans like ice in their drinks".
ICE, noun. The frozen part of a body of water.
ICE, noun. Diamonds; "look at the ice on that dame!".
ICE, noun. A flavored sugar topping used to coat and decorate cakes.
ICE, noun. A frozen dessert with fruit flavoring (especially one containing no milk).
ICE, noun. An amphetamine derivative (trade name Methedrine) used in the form of a crystalline hydrochloride; used as a stimulant to the nervous system and as an appetite suppressant.
ICE, noun. A heat engine in which combustion occurs inside the engine rather than in a separate furnace; heat expands a gas that either moves a piston or turns a gas turbine.
ICE, noun. A rink with a floor of ice for ice hockey or ice skating; "the crowd applauded when she skated out onto the ice".
ICE, verb. Decorate with frosting; "frost a cake".
ICE, verb. Cause to become ice or icy; "an iced summer drink".
ICE, verb. Put ice on or put on ice; "Ice your sprained limbs".
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