break the ice

  • 1 Break the Ice — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Break the ice Sencillo de Britney Spears del álbum Blackout Lado B Everybody Lanzamiento …

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  • 2 Break the Ice — «Break the Ice» Сингл Бритни Спирс из альбома Blackout …

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  • 3 Break The Ice — Single par Britney Spears extrait de l’album Blackout Face B Everybody Sortie 7 Avril 2008 …

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  • 4 Break the Ice — Single par Britney Spears extrait de l’album Blackout Face B Everybody Sortie 7 Avril 2008 …

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  • 5 break the ice — {v. phr.}, {informal} 1. To conquer the first difficulties in starting a conversation, getting a party going, or making an acquaintance. * /To break the ice Ted spoke of his interest in mountain climbing, and they soon had a conversation going./… …

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  • 6 break the ice — {v. phr.}, {informal} 1. To conquer the first difficulties in starting a conversation, getting a party going, or making an acquaintance. * /To break the ice Ted spoke of his interest in mountain climbing, and they soon had a conversation going./… …

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  • 7 Break The Ice — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda «Break The Ice» Sencillo de Stratovarius del álbum Twilight Time Publicación 1992 Formato CD …

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  • 8 break the ice — When you break the ice, you get over any initial embarrassment or shyness when you meet someone for the first time and start conversing …

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  • 9 break the ice — ► break the ice start conversation at the beginning of a social gathering or between strangers. Main Entry: ↑ice …

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  • 10 break the ice — [v] be friendly and talkative lead the way, oil the works*, set at ease, socialize, start the ball rolling; concept 384 …

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  • 11 Break the Ice — Infobox Single Name = Break the Ice Artist = Britney Spears from Album = Blackout B side = Everybody Released = March 28, 2008 (see release history) Format = Airplay, CD single, digital download, maxi single, 5 single, 12 single Genre =… …

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  • 12 break the ice — phrasal 1. : to make a beginning 2. : to get through the first difficulties in starting a conversation or discussion * * * break the ice (figurative) To get through first difficulties, esp restraint on first meeting • • • Main Entry: ↑break break …

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  • 13 break the ice — 1. tv. to be the first one to do something. □ No one wants to break the ice. I guess I will be first. □ Well, I guess we should break the ice and start dancing. 2. tv. to attempt to become friends with someone. □ He tried to break the ice, but… …

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  • 14 break\ the\ ice — v. phr. informal 1. To conquer the first difficulties in starting a conversation, getting a party going, or making an acquaintance. To break the ice Ted spoke of his interest in mountain climbing, and they soon had a conversation going. Some… …

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  • 15 break the ice —    When you break the ice, you get over any initial embarrassment or shyness when you meet someone for the first time and start conversing.   (Dorking School Dictionary)    ***    A person who breaks the ice is someone who does or says something… …

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  • 16 break the ice — verb To start to get to know people, by avoiding awkwardness. Including a few fun details in large group introductions can be a great way to break the ice. Syn: shatter the ice See Also: icebreaker …

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  • 17 break the ice — relax and start a conversation in a formal situation Nobody was enjoying the party until the host finally was able to break the ice …

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  • 18 break the ice (to) —  Initiate conversation; make the first sale of the day.  ► “Twinning with North American cities helps to break the ice between Chinese and Canadian business executives.” (Canadian Business, Aug. 1994, p. 83) …

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  • 19 break the ice — relieve the tension, put you at ease    Andy likes to tell a joke to break the ice to help everybody relax …

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  • 20 Break the ice —   When you break the ice, you get over any initial embarrassment or shyness when you meet someone for the first time and start conversing …

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