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deice

verb de·ice \(ˌ)dē-ˈīs\

: to remove ice from (something)

Full Definition of DEICE

transitive verb
:  to rid or keep free of ice <deice an airplane's wings>
de·ic·er noun

Examples of DEICE

  1. We watched while they deiced the plane before takeoff.

First Known Use of DEICE

1934

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