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ice man


      n     (Chiefly U.S)   a man who sells or delivers ice  
Diccionario de inglés definición  
1    water in the solid state, formed by freezing liquid water  
   Related adj       glacial  
2    a portion of ice cream  
3    Slang   a diamond or diamonds  
4    the field of play in ice hockey  
5    Slang   a concentrated and highly potent form of methamphetamine with dangerous side effects  
6    break the ice  
a    to relieve shyness, etc., esp. between strangers  
b    to be the first of a group to do something  
7    cut no ice  
Informal   to fail to make an impression  
8    on ice   in abeyance; pending  
9    on thin ice   unsafe or unsafely; vulnerable or vulnerably  
10    often foll by: up, over, etc.   to form or cause to form ice; freeze  
11    tr   to mix with ice or chill (a drink, etc.)  
12    tr   to cover (a cake, etc.) with icing  
13    tr     (U.S.)  
slang   to kill  
     (Old English is; compare Old High German is, Old Norse iss)  
  iceless      adj  
  icelike      adj  

black ice  
      n   a thin transparent layer of new ice on a road or similar surface  
camphor ice  
      n   an ointment consisting of camphor, white wax, spermaceti, and castor oil, used to treat skin ailments, esp. chapped skin  
      n   an ice cream covered with a thin layer of chocolate  
coconut ice  
      n   a sweetmeat made from desiccated coconut and sugar  
      vb   to free or be freed of ice  
drift ice  
      n   masses of ice floating in the open sea  
dry ice  
      n   solid carbon dioxide, which sublimes at --78.5°C: used as a refrigerant, and to create billows of smoke in stage shows,   (Also called)    carbon dioxide snow  
glaze ice   , glazed frost  
      n     (Brit)   a thin clear layer of ice caused by the freezing of rain or water droplets in the air on impact with a cool surface or by refreezing after a thaw,   (Also called)    silver frost     (U.S. term)    glaze  
ground ice  
      n   ice formed below the surface of a body of water, either on the ground or on a submerged object  
ICE     (in Britain)  
      abbrev. for   Institution of Civil Engineers  
      abbrev. for   Iceland(ic)  
ice age  
      n      another name for       glacial period  
ice axe  
      n   a light axe used by mountaineers for cutting footholds in snow or ice, to provide an anchor point, or to control a slide on snow; it has a spiked tip and a head consisting of a pick and an adze  
ice bag  
1    a waterproof bag used as an ice pack  
2    a strong bag, usually made of canvas and equipped with two handles, used for carrying blocks of ice  
ice beer  
      n   a beer that is chilled after brewing so that any water is turned to ice and then removed  
ice block  
      n     (Scot, Austral., and N.Z.)   a flavoured frozen water ice: in Australia and New Zealand, sometimes on a stick  
ice cream  
      n   a kind of sweetened frozen liquid, properly made from cream and egg yolks but often made from milk or a custard base, flavoured in various ways  
ice-cream cone   , cornet  
1    a conical edible wafer for holding ice cream  
2    such a cone containing ice cream  
ice-cream soda  
      n     (Chiefly U.S)   ice cream served in a tall glass of carbonated water and a little milk, usually flavoured in various ways  
ice dance  
      n   any of a number of dances, mostly based on ballroom dancing, performed by a couple skating on ice  
  ice dancer      n  
  ice dancing      n  
ice field  
1    a very large flat expanse of ice floating in the sea; large ice floe  
2    a large mass of ice permanently covering an extensive area of land  
ice fish  
      n   any percoid fish of the family Chaenichthyidae, of Antarctic seas, having a semitransparent scaleless body  
ice floe  
      n   a sheet of ice, of variable size, floating in the sea  
   See also       ice field       1  
ice foot  
      n   a narrow belt of ice permanently attached to the coast in polar regions  
ice hockey  
      n   a game played on ice by two opposing teams of six players each, who wear skates and try to propel a flat puck into their opponents' goal with long sticks having an offset flat blade at the end  
ice house  
      n   a building for storing ice  
ice lolly  
      n     (Brit)  
informal   an ice cream or water ice on a stick,   (Also called)    lolly     (U.S. and Canadian equivalent (trademark))    Popsicle  
ice machine  
      n   a machine that automatically produces ice for use in drinks, etc.  
ice maiden  
      n   a beautiful but aloof woman  
ice man  
      n     (Chiefly U.S)   a man who sells or delivers ice  
ice needle  
      n     (Meteorol)   one of many needle-like ice crystals that form cirrus clouds in clear cold weather  
ice pack  
1    a bag or folded cloth containing ice, applied to a part of the body, esp. the head, to cool, reduce swelling, etc.  
2       another name for       pack ice  
3    a sachet containing a gel that can be frozen or heated and that retains its temperature for an extended period of time, used esp. in cool bags  
ice pick  
      n   a pointed tool used for breaking ice  
ice plant  
      n   a low-growing plant, Mesembryanthemum (or Cryophytum) crystallinum, of southern Africa, with fleshy leaves covered with icelike hairs and pink or white rayed flowers: family Aizoaceae  
ice point  
      n   the temperature at which a mixture of ice and water are in equilibrium at a pressure of one atmosphere. It is 0° on the Celsius scale and 32° on the Fahrenheit scale  
   Compare       steam point  
ice screw  
      n     (Mountaineering)   a screwed tubular or solid steel rod with a ring at one end for inserting into ice as an anchor point  
ice sheet  
      n   a thick layer of ice covering a large area of land for a long time, esp. the layer that covered much of the N hemisphere during the last glacial period  
ice shelf  
      n   a thick mass of ice that is permanently attached to the land but projects into and floats on the sea  
ice show  
      n   any entertainment performed by ice-skaters  
ice skate  
1    a boot having a steel blade fitted to the sole to enable the wearer to glide swiftly over ice  
2    the steel blade on such a boot or shoe  
3    intr   to glide swiftly over ice on ice skates  
  ice-skater      n  
ice station  
      n   a scientific research station in polar regions, where ice movement, weather, and environmental conditions are monitored  
ice water  
1    water formed from ice  
2      (Also called)    iced water   drinking water cooled by refrigeration or the addition of ice  
ice yacht  
      n   a sailing craft having a cross-shaped frame with a cockpit and runners for travelling over ice,   (Also called)    iceboat  
Neapolitan ice cream  
      n   ice cream, usually in brick form, with several layers of different colours and flavours  
pack ice  
      n   a large area of floating ice, usually occurring in polar seas, consisting of separate pieces that have become massed together,   (Also called)    ice pack  
pancake ice  
      n   thin slabs of newly formed ice in polar seas  
Ross Ice Shelf  
      n   the ice shelf forming the S part of the Ross Sea, between Victoria Land and Byrd Land,   (Also called)    Ross Barrier, Ross Shelf Ice  
shelf ice  
      n      a less common term for       ice shelf  
slob ice  
      n     (Canadian)   sludgy masses of floating ice  
     (see slob)  
water ice  
      n   an ice cream made from a frozen sugar syrup flavoured with fruit juice or purée; sorbet  

Diccionario de inglés definición  



1    break the ice      begin, initiate the proceedings, kick off     (informal)   lead the way, make a start, start or set the ball rolling     (informal)   take the plunge     (informal)  
2    on thin ice      at risk, in jeopardy, open to attack, out on a limb, sticking one's neck out     (informal)   unsafe, vulnerable  

arctic, biting, bitter, chilled to the bone or marrow, freezing, frozen, glacial, icy, raw, refrigerated, shivering  

Diccionario de inglés sinónimos  

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ICE, black ice, camphor ice, coconut ice

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activity involving dumping a bucket of ice water on your head and challenge other three friends to do so in order to promote awareness of the disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and encourage donations to research.
also called "ice water challenge", viral campaign on social media during July–August 2014
someone who is providing advice and support for his mate when it comes to potential relationships/partners
to face a situation courageously
be a man
older woman having a relation with a younger man
a younger man involved in a relationship with an older woman
= the target of a "cougar"
handsome young man kept by a much older woman for the purpose of sexual favors and/or as a companion.
British slang
not to be able to act like a man, be a pussy
Someone (usually a young man) who tries unsuccessfully to be funny by making lame jokes and doing stupid things
US English, colloquial
attitude or practise whereby a man, either sitting at the table, on a sofa or in public transportation, adopts a spread position notably splaying his legs wide apart in such a way as to encroach on an adjacent seat and deny space to the person sitting or wanting to sit next to him
Ex: I become upset and irritated seeing all that manspreading in the subway and buses during rush hours and more generally by that growing lack of civil vertue everywhere.
a man of good breeding, well-behaved, courteous, polite who behaves like a gentleman
a person, generally a man, dedicated to improving his skills in attracting and seducing the other sex
Other spelling : Pickup artist The use of "pick up" in this context comes from American slang and means becoming acquainted with, esp. with a view to having sexual relations
Marriage between a man of royal or noble birth and a woman of lesser status, with the stipulation that wife and children have no claims to his titles or possessions or dignity. Still common at the beginning of the 20th C., the practice is now rare. Syn. Morganatic marriage, marriage of the left hand
[Hist.] So-called, because at the nuptial ceremony the husband gives his left hand to the bride, rather than his right, when saying, “I take thee for my wedded wife.”
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