ice down

ice something down

to cool something with ice. They are icing the champagne down now. They are icing down the champagne now.
See also: down, ice

ice down

v.
1. To cool something or keep something cold with ice: I iced down a bottle of champagne. Ice the fish down until it's time to cook it.
2. To soothe something, especially a sore or injured muscle, by applying ice: The coach iced down the player's injury. Ice your sore muscles down; you'll feel better.
See also: down, ice
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Miss Daisy Leonard was still demure, bat as she had just slipped a piece of ice down the back of Nutty's neck one may assume that she was feeling at her ease and had overcome any diffidence or shyness which might have interfered with her complete enjoyment of the festivities.
However many people you host, be sure to queue the Irish music and ice down some beer for Half-and-Halfs (equal parts Guinness stout and Harp lager).
When a waiter brought me one, Sir Ken said: "What a beautiful day for Dame Nellie Melba to drop a choc ice down her tights and say, 'How's that for a knickerbocker glory?
The move potentially could be a reflection of Alexa and Echo's scope in regions it wants to launch Ice in - Alexa and the Echo family of home assistant speakers aren't available in India yet, for instance - but Amazon could always bring Alexa to Ice down the road.
At the interior end of the Sermilik Fjord, the Helheim Glacier, though seemingly stationary, is actually flowing, continually and slowly pouring ice down the mountains into the fjord.
The slow-cold technology for drying is called freeze drying and consists of freezing the coffee extract to very low temperatures of around -50[degrees]C and cracking the ice down to the size of the final crystals which are then introduced into a deep vacuum vessel.
As the climbers made their way through the ice, the edge of a gigantic shelf sheared off, sending blocks of ice down the mountain, sweeping away the team's network of fixed ropes which they needed to get down.
We saw the need for a countertop-sized, tub-style cooler that can either be used to ice down beverages and cold snacks, or to keep crawfish or corn on the cob warm," she says.
The flow of ice down the river displaces buoys that mark the channel.
Sergio Perez, who suffered a hair-rising puncture at last weekend's South Korea race, skidded into a wall at high speed at the sharp "Spoon" curve, leaving his McLaren badly dented and needing to ice down his right wrist after returning to the garage.
The Sherpas said the trio climbed over ropes they were fixing, knocking ice down on to them and injuring one of the guides.
Fortunately, Fowler's companions returned in time to ice down the C4-5 complete quadriplegic to reverse the rapidly developing hyperthermia.
The foot of snow that had fallen overnight had pushed the ice down, and the unfrozen water beneath, up: yesterday morning found the rink under 4 inches of water.