To make or keep free of ice; melt ice from: deiced the plane's wings before takeoff. (verb-transitive)
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Use "deice" in a sentence
"The flight data recorder indicated airplane deice, which is a system in the airplane that helps deice those wings and windshields and surfaces on that aircraft, that the airplane deice was selected in the on position."
"Thus I agree with President Clinton forgo trying to deice a stonehenge block of artic ice."
"But for BAA to "underestimate" the time it takes to deice a stand..."