Definition of 'ice rink'
Example sentences containing 'ice rink'
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Ice rink and grotto cost extra. The Sun (2013)I made it down with all the style of a Dalek on an ice rink. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The nightclub will have an ice rink, lit to look as if it's on fire. Times, Sunday Times (2013)If an ice rink alone is not enough, Edinburgh is the pace for you. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There is also an ice rink, carousel and a miniature railway, though they are not included in the ticket price. The Sun (2013)Locals have claimed the ice rink was in a bad condition - and an ice hockey team cancelled training over safety fears 30 minutes before the accident. The Sun (2006)
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Translations for 'ice rink'
British English: ice rink /aɪs rɪŋk/ NOUN
An ice rink is a level area of ice, usually inside a building, that has been made artificially and kept frozen so that people can skate on it.
- American English: ice rink
- Arabic: حَلَبَةٌ مِنَ الـجَلِيدِ الصِّنَاعِيِّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: rinque de gelo
- Chinese: 溜冰场
- Croatian: klizalište
- Czech: kluziště
- Danish: skøjtebane
- Dutch: ijsbaan
- European Spanish: pista de patinaje
- Finnish: luistelurata
- French: patinoire
- German: Schlittschuhbahn
- Greek: παγοδρόμιο
- Italian: pista di pattinaggio sul ghiaccio
- Japanese: スケートリンク
- Korean: 스케이트장
- Norwegian: skøytebane
- Polish: lodowisko
- European Portuguese: ringue de gelo
- Romanian: patinoar
- Russian: каток
- Spanish: pista de patinaje
- Swedish: skridskobana
- Thai: ลานน้ำแข็งเล่นสเก๊ต
- Turkish: buz pateni sahası
- Ukrainian: ковзанка
- Vietnamese: sân băng
Definition of ice rink from the Collins English Dictionary
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