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iced

 (īst)
adj.
1. Covered over with ice.
2. Chilled with ice.
3. Decorated or coated with icing.

iced

(aɪst)
adj
1. covered, coated, or chilled with ice
2. (Cookery) covered with icing: iced cakes.
Translations

iced

[aɪst] ADJ [water] → helado, frío (de la nevera); [drink] → con hielo; [cake] → glaseado, escarchado

iced

[ˈaɪst] adj
[drink] → frappé(e); [coffee, tea] → glacé(e)
iced water → de l'eau avec des glaçons
[cake] → glacé(e)ice floe nmorceau m de banquise
ice floes → glaces fpl flottantesice hockey nhockey m (sur glace)

iced

adj
(= cooled) drinkeisgekühlt; iced teaEistee m; iced coffeeEiskaffee m
(= covered in icing) cake, bunglasiert, mit Zuckerguss überzogen

iced

[aɪst] adj
a. (drink) → ghiacciato/a; (coffee, tea) → freddo/a
b. (cake) → glassato/a
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