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ice in English:

1. lemon lemon


A tea with lemon, please.
Hot lemon with honey is a good remedy for colds.
I like to have some lemon with my fish.
Lemon is sour.
What tea do you drink? Is lemon tea okay?
When life throws you a lemon, make lemonade!
They drank tea with lemon, for his nagging cough, with his usual lump and a half of sugar.
Just my old standby: lemon chicken.
Franz boned the fish fillets, then sautéed them in butter, garlic, and lemon juice.
If you add lemon, it will become sour.
The stock they sold buyers was a lemon.
l.m.: lemons
She added a slice of lemon to the glass of sparkling water.
What colour are lemons?
Add the honey, lemon juice, chopped almonds and the chopped apples.

English word "ice"(lemon) occurs in sets:

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2. glacier glacier


The Perito Moreno glacier in Southern Argentina.
Australia is the only continent without any glacier
This is predicted to produce changes such as the melting glaciers, more extreme temperature ranges, a global rise in average sea levels.
Scientists say that many glaciers are getting smaller because they are melting.
The Earth’s glaciers are mostly near the North and South Poles and they can actually be hundreds of metres long.
This glacier's always moving, so we have to be careful.
An iceberg broke off from the glacier.
A 2005 Survey of 442 glaciers from the World Glacier Monitoring Service found that 90 percent of the world's glaciers are shrinking as the planet warms.
The glacier moves slowly.