deice

Deice - What does it mean?

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Neice vs Deice - What's the difference?

neice | deice |


As a noun neice

is .

As a verb deice is

to remove the ice from something.

Deie vs Deice - What's the difference?

deie | deice |


As a noun deie

is (a dairymaid).

As a verb deice is

to remove the ice from something.

Dece vs Deice - What's the difference?

dece | deice |


As an adjective dece

is (slang) decent; reasonably good.

As a verb deice is

to remove the ice from something.

Deice vs Delice - What's the difference?

deice | delice |


As a verb deice

is to remove the ice from something.

As a noun delice is

(obsolete) delight, pleasure, especially sensual pleasure.

Deice vs Deiced - What's the difference?

deice | deiced |


As verbs the difference between deice and deiced

is that deice is to remove the ice from something while deiced is (deice).

Deice vs Deicer - What's the difference?

deice | deicer |


As a verb deice

is to remove the ice from something.

As a noun deicer is

chemical substance to melt ice or snow deposited on roads, vehicles or other surfaces.

Dice vs Deice - What's the difference?

dice | deice |


As verbs the difference between dice and deice

is that dice is to play dice while deice is to remove the ice from something.

As a noun dice

is .

Device vs Deice - What's the difference?

device | deice |


As a noun device

is any piece of equipment made for a particular purpose, especially a mechanical or electrical one.

As a verb deice is

to remove the ice from something.

Deuce vs Deice - What's the difference?

deuce | deice |


As a noun deuce

is (cards) a card with two spots, one of four in a standard deck of playing cards or deuce can be (epithet) the devil, used in exclamations of confusion or anger.

As a verb deice is

to remove the ice from something.

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