English version

water ice

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food, dish
water iceˈwater ice noun [countable, uncountable]  DFF British English sorbet
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water iceI use them to make a Summer Pudding or a water ice.Comets differ from asteroids in composition in that comets contain abundant water ice, and possibly other ices as well.It returned exciting evidence that suggests massive deposits of water ice in shadowed crater bottoms near the lunar poles.Before external cooling with the use of water ice, temperature probes should be inserted to monitor the patient's temperature.For dessert, go for fresh fruit or water ice.Most of their mass is ordinary water ice, and the rest is carbon-bearing rocky dust.
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