ice-skate


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ice skate

n.
A shoe or light boot with a metal runner or blade fitted to the sole, used for skating on ice.

ice′-skate′ v.
ice skater n.

ice-skate


Past participle: ice-skated
Gerund: ice-skating

Imperative
ice-skate
ice-skate
Present
I ice-skate
you ice-skate
he/she/it ice-skates
we ice-skate
you ice-skate
they ice-skate
Preterite
I ice-skated
you ice-skated
he/she/it ice-skated
we ice-skated
you ice-skated
they ice-skated
Present Continuous
I am ice-skating
you are ice-skating
he/she/it is ice-skating
we are ice-skating
you are ice-skating
they are ice-skating
Present Perfect
I have ice-skated
you have ice-skated
he/she/it has ice-skated
we have ice-skated
you have ice-skated
they have ice-skated
Past Continuous
I was ice-skating
you were ice-skating
he/she/it was ice-skating
we were ice-skating
you were ice-skating
they were ice-skating
Past Perfect
I had ice-skated
you had ice-skated
he/she/it had ice-skated
we had ice-skated
you had ice-skated
they had ice-skated
Future
I will ice-skate
you will ice-skate
he/she/it will ice-skate
we will ice-skate
you will ice-skate
they will ice-skate
Future Perfect
I will have ice-skated
you will have ice-skated
he/she/it will have ice-skated
we will have ice-skated
you will have ice-skated
they will have ice-skated
Future Continuous
I will be ice-skating
you will be ice-skating
he/she/it will be ice-skating
we will be ice-skating
you will be ice-skating
they will be ice-skating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been ice-skating
you have been ice-skating
he/she/it has been ice-skating
we have been ice-skating
you have been ice-skating
they have been ice-skating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been ice-skating
you will have been ice-skating
he/she/it will have been ice-skating
we will have been ice-skating
you will have been ice-skating
they will have been ice-skating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been ice-skating
you had been ice-skating
he/she/it had been ice-skating
we had been ice-skating
you had been ice-skating
they had been ice-skating
Conditional
I would ice-skate
you would ice-skate
he/she/it would ice-skate
we would ice-skate
you would ice-skate
they would ice-skate
Past Conditional
I would have ice-skated
you would have ice-skated
he/she/it would have ice-skated
we would have ice-skated
you would have ice-skated
they would have ice-skated
Translations

ice-skate

[ˈaɪsskeɪt] VIpatinar sobre hielo

ice-skate

[ˈaɪsˌskeɪt] vipattinare sul ghiaccio

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.
References in periodicals archive ?
Researchers from the Computational Robotics Lab at ETH Zurich equipped a four-legged robot with ice-skates and let it loose on the ice in Davos, Switzerland.