ice cream soda
A beverage made by adding ice cream to a soft drink.

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  • ice-cream soda — ice cream sodas N VAR An ice cream soda is a dessert made from ice cream, fruit flavoured syrup, and soda water. It is usually served in a tall glass …   English dictionary

  • ice-cream soda — n a mixture of ice cream, sweet ↑syrup, and ↑soda water, served in a tall glass …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • ice-cream soda — noun count a cold sweet drink made from ICE CREAM, a sweet flavored liquid, and SODA WATER …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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  • ice-cream soda — noun a drink with ice cream floating in it • Syn: ↑ice cream float, ↑float • Hypernyms: ↑drink • Hyponyms: ↑root beer float * * * noun : a sweet food drink of soda water, flavored syrup …   Useful english dictionary

  • ice-cream soda — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms ice cream soda : singular ice cream soda plural ice cream sodas a cold sweet drink made from ice cream, a sweet flavoured liquid, and soda water …   English dictionary

  • ice-cream soda — noun a drink of cream soda (or similar) mixed with ice cream …   Wiktionary

  • ice-cream soda — noun (C) a mixture of ice cream, sweet syrup, and soda water, served in a tall glass …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • ice-cream soda — /aɪs krim ˈsoʊdə/ (say uys kreem sohduh) noun Chiefly Qld and NSW → spider (def. 11) …   Australian English dictionary

  • Cream soda (disambiguation) — Cream soda is a vanilla flavored soft drink. Cream soda may also refer to: The name of the first computer designed by Steve Wozniak The indie band now known as Galaxy Train See also: Ice cream soda This disambiguation page lists articles… …   Wikipedia

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