- 1. noun /aɪs/
It seems that in this lake (Kupalnoze) there is such a diffusion of salt toward the lower stratum of water, even before the freezing begins, otherwise it would be difficult to explain how colder water might remain on the surface, were it not for the greater amount of salt in the lower strata. It has always been difficult to explain how ice is formed on the surface of oceans while the temperature of maximum density is lower than that of cogelation, and the observations on this lake were instituted in the hope that they might throw light upon the subject. The lake, however, contains too much salt to afford a sure standard of comparison with oceanic water.b) Any frozen volatile chemical, such as ammonia or carbon dioxide.
The neighbouring countries have enjoyed many great battles on the ice. They last met for gold at the 1998 world championship, won by Sweden. Three years earlier, Finland bested Sweden for the only world title in its history.2. verb /aɪs/a) To cool with ice, as a beverage.
Milton Keynes have yet to ice a team this seasonb) To become ice, to freeze.
If the Bruins ice the puck, the faceoff will be in their own zone.