Definition of "ice-making" []

  • A part of a refrigerator in which ice is made (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "ice-making" in a sentence
  • "Then the next day he sent word around he would like an ice-making machine."
  • "The U.S. military, in addition to carving bases out of Camp Victory's palaces and the vast surrounding farmland, and giving streets and pathways names such as "Washington" and "Lost Lake," has spent tens of millions of dollars to retrofit the area to its needs, with modifications including plumbing, electricity supply and ice-making."
  • "Everywhere he and his 53-foot, 95,000-pound ice-making truck have gone, he has attracted a crowd."
  • "In my own case the list of things that are both subjectively and objectively important includes family, a good education, and having a double-door American fridge with an ice-making machine."