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ice·berg

 (īs′bûrg′)
n.
1. A massive floating body of ice broken away from a glacier. Only about 10 percent of its mass is above the surface of the water.
2. Informal A cold, aloof person.

[Partial translation of Dutch ijsberg, from Middle Dutch ijsbergh : ijs, ice + bergh, mountain; see bhergh- in Indo-European roots.]
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iceberg

(ˈaɪsbɜːɡ)
n
1. (Physical Geography) a large mass of ice floating in the sea, esp a mass that has broken off a polar glacier
2. tip of the iceberg the small visible part of something, esp a problem or difficulty, that is much larger
3. slang chiefly US a person considered to have a cold or reserved manner
[C18: probably part translation of Middle Dutch ijsberg ice mountain; compare Norwegian isberg]
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ice•berg

(ˈaɪs bɜrg)

n.
1. a large floating mass of ice detached from a glacier and carried out to sea.
2. an emotionally cold person.
Idioms:
tip of the iceberg, the first hint or revelation of a more complex situation.
[1765–75; < Dutch ijsberg]
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ice·berg

(īs′bûrg′)
A massive body of floating ice that has broken away from a glacier. Most of an iceberg lies underwater, but because ice is not quite as dense as water, about one ninth of it remains above the surface.
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iceberg

A floating mass of ice that has broken off the end of a glacier and fallen into the sea.
Dictionary of Unfamiliar Words by Diagram Group Copyright © 2008 by Diagram Visual Information Limited
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.iceberg - a large mass of ice floating at seaiceberg - a large mass of ice floating at sea; usually broken off of a polar glacier
floater - an object that floats or is capable of floating
growler - a small iceberg or ice floe just large enough to be hazardous for shipping
ice mass - a large mass of ice
2.iceberg - lettuce with crisp tightly packed light-green leaves in a firm head; "iceberg is still the most popular lettuce"
lettuce - leaves of any of various plants of Lactuca sativa
head lettuce, Lactuca sativa capitata - distinguished by leaves arranged in a dense rosette that develop into a compact ball
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Translations
جَبَلُ جَلِيدُجَبَل جَليدي
kraledovecplovoucí ledovec
isbjerg
jäävuori
santasanta leda
jéghegy
hafís, borgarísjaki
氷山
빙산
aisbergs
isfjellisberg
ledena gora
isberg
ภูเขาน้ำแข็งลอยอยู่กลางทะเล
buzdağıaysberg
núi băng trôi

iceberg

[ˈaɪsbɜːg]
A. Niceberg m
that's just the tip of the iceberg!no es más que la punta del iceberg
B. CPD iceberg lettuce Nlechuga f repollo
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iceberg

[ˈaɪsbɜːrg] niceberg m
the tip of the iceberg → la partie émergée de l'icebergiceberg lettuce nlaitue f iceberg
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iceberg

[ˈaɪsbɜːg] niceberg m inv
this is only the tip of the iceberg (fig) → questa è solo la punta dell'iceberg
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

ice

(ais) noun
1. frozen water. The pond is covered with ice.
2. an ice-cream. chocolate ice-cream. Three ices, please.
3. (American) a fruit-flavoured frozen dessert usually made without milk and cream. lemon ice(s).
verb
to cover with icing. She iced the cake.
ˈicing noun
a mixture of sugar, white of egg, water etc used to cover or decorate cakes.
ˈicy adjective
1. very cold. icy winds.
2. covered with ice. icy roads.
3. unfriendly. an icy tone of voice.
ˈicily adverb
ˈiciness noun
ice age
a time when a great part of the earth's surface was covered with ice.
ice axe
a type of axe used by mountain climbers to cut holds in ice for their hands and feet.
ˈiceberg noun
a huge mass of ice floating in the sea.
ice box
(American) a refrigerator.
ˌice-ˈcream noun
cream or a mixture of creamy substances, flavoured and frozen. chocolate ice-cream.
ˈice-cube noun
a small cube of ice used for cooling drinks etc.
ice rink
a large room or building with a floor of ice for skating.
ice-skate verb
to skate on ice.
ice-skating noun
ice tray
a metal or plastic tray for making ice-cubes in a refrigerator.
ice over/up
to become covered with ice. The pond iced over during the night; The windows have iced up.
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iceberg

جَبَلُ جَلِيدُ ledovec isbjerg Eisberg παγόβουνο iceberg jäävuori iceberg santa leda iceberg 氷山 빙산 ijsberg isfjell góra lodowa iceberg айсберг isberg ภูเขาน้ำแข็งลอยอยู่กลางทะเล buzdağı núi băng trôi 冰山
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