Synonyms of ice in English:

ice


See US English definition of ice

See UK English definition of ICE

See Spanish definition of hielo

noun

1‘the lake was covered with ice’

SYNONYMS
frozen water
icicle, iceberg, glacier
black ice, glaze, verglas, frost, rime

2‘assorted ices’

SYNONYMS
ice cream
sorbet, water ice
North American sherbet

3‘the ice in her voice had no effect on him’

SYNONYMS
coldness, coolness, frost, frostiness, iciness, chilliness, glaciality, frigidity, lack of warmth
hostility, unfriendliness, stiffness, distance, stand-offishness, aloofness

verb

1‘the lake has iced over’

SYNONYMS
freeze, freeze over, turn into ice, harden, solidify
archaic glaciate
ANTONYMS

thaw

2‘she had iced the cake and written ‘Good Luck’ on it’

SYNONYMS
cover with icing, glaze
North American frost

Phrases

    with ice

    ‘would you like your Scotch with ice?’


    SYNONYMS
    on the rocks
    on ice

    ‘Govan's transfer to the City team was still on ice last night’


    SYNONYMS
    in abeyance, pending, ongoing, in the air, up in the air, open, still open, hanging fire, in the balance
    in suspension, in a state of suspension, suspended, put to one side, in a state of uncertainty, in limbo, in no man's land, betwixt and between
    deferred, postponed, put off
    awaiting attention, awaiting decision, awaiting action, unattended to, outstanding, unfinished, incomplete
    unresolved, undetermined, undecided, unsettled, unconcluded, uncertain
    informal on the back burner, in cold storage
    ANTONYMS

    in hand