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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
ice (noun)
1.
a) frozen water
b) a sheet or stretch of ice
2.
a substance resembling ice , especially the solid state of a substance usually found as a gas or liquid - ammonia ice in the rings of Saturn
3.
a state of coldness (as from formality or reserve)
4.
a) a frozen dessert containing a flavoring (as fruit juice) , especially one containing no milk or cream
b) British a serving of ice cream
5.
slang - diamonds , broadly - jewelry
6.
an undercover premium paid to a theater employee for choice theater tickets
7.
methamphetamine in the form of crystals of its hydrochloride salt CHN‧HCI when used illicitly for smoking - 10 15 called also crystal crystal meth
ice (verb)
transitive verb
1.
a) to coat with or convert into ice
b) to chill with ice
c) to supply with ice
2.
to cover with or as if with icing
3.
to put on ice
4.
- secure made two free throws … to ice the win Jack McCallum
5.
to shoot (an ice hockey puck) the length of the rink and beyond the opponents' goal line
6.
intransitive verb
slang - kill
1.
to become ice-cold
2.
a) to become covered with ice - often used with up or over
b) to have ice form inside
Ice (abbreviation)
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ICE (abbreviation)
1.
internal combustion engine
2.
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Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
ice (verb)
1.
to make sure, certain, or safe
SYNONIMS:
assure, cinch, guarantee, guaranty, ice, insure, secure
RELATED WORDS:
attest, certify, vouch, warrant, witness; pledge, promise, swear
NEAR ANTONYMS:
enfeeble, undermine, weaken
ice (verb)
slang
to put to death deliberately
SYNONIMS:
assassinate, bump off, croak, dispatch, do in, execute, get, ice, knock off, liquidate, neutralize, off, put away, rub out, slay, snuff, take out, terminate, whack
RELATED WORDS:
blow away, shoot, shoot down; blot out, carry off, claim, cut down, destroy, fell, kill, smite, zap; butcher, massacre, mow (down), slaughter; annihilate, eliminate, eradicate, exterminate, wipe out
NEAR ANTONYMS:
animate, raise, restore, resurrect, resuscitate, revive
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