ice (1)

American English

Meaning: diamonds; expensive jewellery

For example:

  • On Oscar night some of the women are dripping in ice, and so are some of the men.

  • Jerome gave his girlfriend a glittering ice necklace for her birthday.

Variety: This is typically used in American English but may be used in other varieties of English too.

Quick Quiz:

The thief stole a lot of ice from

a. an electronics store

b. a supermarket

c. a jewellery store

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Contributor: Matt Errey