ice / aɪs /


ice4 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. the solid form of water, produced by freezing; frozen water.
  2. the frozen surface of a body of water.
  3. any substance resembling frozen water: camphor ice.
v. 有主动词 verb

iced, ic·ing.

  1. to cover with ice.
  2. to change into ice; freeze.
  3. to cool with ice, as a drink.
v. 无主动词 verb

iced, ic·ing.

  1. to change to ice; freeze: The sherbet is icing in the refrigerator.
  2. to be coated with ice: The windshield has iced up.
adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. of or made of ice: ice shavings; an ice sculpture.
  2. for holding ice and food or drink to be chilled: an ice bucket; an ice chest.
  3. on or done on the ice: ice yachting.

ice 近义词

n. 名词 noun

frozen water


  1. Lalo said he reported the kidnapping to his ICE handlers, which was confirmed by a former federal agent familiar with the case.
  2. But Huckabee (akin to Elizabeth Warren on the left) is like an ice cream sundae.
  3. Just who is crazy enough to go swimming when the pond across the street has a layer of ice across the top?
  4. Crew members had to cut through the ice on the streets to get shots.
  5. Serve with the warm sauce and your choice of ice cream, whipped cream, or yogurt.
  6. He leant against the wall of his refuge, notwithstanding this boast, and licked the ice to moisten his parched lips.
  7. The left heel followed like lightning, and the right paw also slipped, letting the bear again fall heavily on the ice below.
  8. A long stretch of smooth ice followed, over which he glided with ever-increasing speed.
  9. Profiting by this, Benjy quietly moved away round a colossal buttress of the berg, and took refuge in an ice-cave.
  10. The smile was still on his lips when his head drooped on a piece of ice, and he sank into a deep slumber.