Definition of ice pack in English:

ice pack

Pronunciation /ˈīs ˌpak/ /ˈaɪs ˌpæk/

Translate ice pack into Spanish


  • 1A bag filled with ice and applied to the body to reduce swelling or lower temperature.

    ‘She saw that it wasn't that bad, and the ice pack had reduced the swelling greatly.’
    • ‘Lastly, the ice pack reduces inflammation and swelling of the plantar fascia in the injured areas.’
    • ‘Direct pressure with an ice pack brought the swelling down.’
    • ‘After putting on some medicine and wrapping up her hands, the three gave Avalon a small ice pack to stop the swelling.’
    • ‘I'm laying here with an ice pack hoping the swelling will go down before school Monday.’
    • ‘Use an insulated thermos or ice pack to keep beverages cold.’
    • ‘I'm at home now and ready for another round of pain meds, ice pack, and a nap.’
    • ‘Put an ice pack on your body where the pain occurs for 20 minutes at a time, three or four times a day.’
    • ‘Inside its all-cotton body is a removable insert of cherry stones that retain either heat or cold well, a safe and friendly alternative to a heating pad or ice pack.’
    • ‘Caspian put another ice pack to the back of his head.’
    • ‘Rae was still in hysterics and Bryan was trying to calm her down, and Fantasia was crouching down next to the fallen couple with ice pack in her hands.’
    • ‘The blond cautiously made his way over to me with ice pack in hand.’
    • ‘Angie and Nick returned with the bandages and ice pack for my ankle and handed them over to Jake and Shannon.’
    • ‘I tied one ice pack to each side of my stomach so those areas could get ice as well.’
    • ‘He returned with another ice pack and placed it on the damaged shoulder.’
    • ‘Place an ice pack on the injury to reduce swelling.’
    • ‘And yes, there is likely to be tenderness, discomfort and slight swelling, so use an ice pack and stay off your feet for 48 hours.’
    • ‘You can help to reduce swelling by using an ice pack on the area and using Benadryl.’
    • ‘But I had to keep this ice pack firm on my lip, even though it stung and was unmistakably cold.’
    • ‘And a guy who reportedly cut in line at a Florida Wal-Mart may want to ask Santa for an ice pack.’
  • 2

    another term for pack ice