[ahys-brey-ker] /ˈaɪsˌbreɪ kər/
Nautical. a ship specially built for breaking navigable passages through .
an opening remark, action, etc., designed to ease tension or relieve formality:
A mild joke can be a good icebreaker.
a tool or machine for chopping into small pieces.
Also called iceboat. a vessel with a reinforced bow for breaking up the ice in bodies of water to keep channels open for navigation
any tool or device for breaking ice into smaller pieces
something intended to relieve mutual shyness at a gathering of strangers
A program designed for cracking security on a system.
See also: ICE.
- Ice bridge
noun 1. (Canadian) a body of ice that forms across the width of a river and is strong enough to bear traffic
noun 1. a cylindrical container for holding ice to use in drinks or to keep a wine bottle cold.
[ahys-kap] /ˈaɪsˌkæp/ noun 1. a thick cover of over an area, sloping in all directions from the center. /ˈaɪsˌkæp/ noun 1. a thick mass of glacial ice and snow that permanently covers an area of land, such as either of the polar regions or the peak of a mountain icecap (īs’kāp’)
noun 1. a cave containing ice that remains unmelted during all or most of the year.