Definition of '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)
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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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