de-ice

VERB
  1. make or become free of frost or ice
    Defrost the car window
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How To Use de-ice In A Sentence

  • We spent nearly three hours on the plane while they tried to de-ice it, in which time the cabin crew were very rude.
  • I hate having to wake up 10 minutes earlier to de-ice my car before I leave for work.
  • As Scott-Hughes taxied, he flicked on the de-ice and carburettor heat, then the boost pumps. CORMORANT
  • There was also an issue that the mould was antifreeze and de-icer from the runway.
  • One man was hard at work with a giant ice pick, attempting to de-ice the fountains.
  • A lock de-icer is another handy item at 99p. The Sun
  • Heathrow did not run out of de-icer. Times, Sunday Times
  • Afterwards, we de-ice ourselves in the welcome, healing heat of the water.
  • I believe they do a lovely de-icer kit. Times, Sunday Times
  • It had spent only 500,000 on anti-snow machinery this year and did not have adequate de-icer stocks. Times, Sunday Times
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