ice-cold

英 ['ais'kəuld] 美
  • adj. 冰冷的;冷漠的
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ice-cold (adj.)
Old English is-calde; see ice (n.) + cold (adj.).
1. The deal was put on ice for three months.
该交易被搁置了3个月。

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2. The only sound was the crackle of breaking ice.
唯一的声响是冰层噼噼啪啪碎裂的声音。

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3. The $40 million-a-month aid payments will remain on ice.
每月4,000万美元的援助款项将继续搁置下去。

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4. The purpose of the visit was to navigate into an ice-filled fiord.
这次出行是为了能驶入冰雪覆盖的峡湾。

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5. A moment or two later champagne in an ice-bucket materialized beside them.
片刻之后,他们身边出现了一只装着香槟的冰桶。

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