słownik polsko - angielski

język polski - English

lód po angielsku:

1. ice ice

The ice melted.
I poured the wine in a plastic bag and then dipped it in ice water.
I like to put an ice cube into my coffee, because it's usually too hot.
Between meals, he usually manages to stow away a generous supply of candy, ice cream, popcorn and fruit.
The sea ice is highly variable - frozen solid during cold, calm weather and broken up in large areas of open water during storms.
When converting 1 mole of ice into water, and 1 mole of water into steam, which requires more energy?
People usually find it very difficult to break the ice when they meet someone extremely attractive for the first time.
He was still mumbling something about hospitals at the end of the party when he slipped on a piece of ice and broke his left leg.
Making a clean separation between the "useful" and the "useless" is about as straightforward as drawing the fine line between water and ice.
The biggest difference between bandy and floorball is that bandy is played on ice.
It is impossible to burn a copy of Dante's Inferno because the ice of the ninth layer of hell will put out any fires kindled with earlier pages.
I wonder if the sea level really will rise when the ice at the North Pole melts.
Water and ice are the same substance in different forms.
Your order? "Orange juice." "With ice?" "Yes." "Thanks for your business."
Emoto Masaru believes that within ice crystals you can read a message to mankind.

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