Definition of 'black ice'
Example sentences containing 'black ice'
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`According to his wife, when they got back at night and he was driving into the garage, they ran onto some black ice. A QUESTION OF PRINCIPLE (2001)
While colorful, the pearls lacked the splendor of rainbows swirling beneath black ice. PEARL COVE (2001)
Trends of 'black ice'
Used Rarely. black ice is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'black ice'
British English: black ice /blæk aɪs/ NOUN
Black ice is a thin, transparent layer of ice on a road or path that is very difficult to see.
- American English: black ice
- Arabic: ثَلْج أَسْوَد
- Brazilian Portuguese: camada de gelo fina e transparente em estradas
- Chinese: 黑冰
- Croatian: poledica
- Czech: náledí
- Danish: isslag
- Dutch: ijzel
- European Spanish: capa fina de hielo en las carreteras
- Finnish: musta jää
- French: verglas
- German: Glatteis
- Greek: «μαύρος» πάγος
- Italian: ghiaccio nero
- Japanese: 路面の薄い透明な氷
- Korean: 도로의 살얼음
- Norwegian: underkjølt regn
- Polish: gołoledź
- European Portuguese: camada de gelo fina e transparente em estradas
- Romanian: polei
- Russian: гололед
- Spanish: capa de hielo
- Swedish: underkylt regn
- Thai: น้ำแข็งสีดำ
- Turkish: gizli buz
- Ukrainian: ожеледь
- Vietnamese: lớp băng phủ mặt đường
Definition of black ice from the Collins English Dictionary
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