icecap definition

  • noun:
    • a comprehensive dome-shaped or platelike perennial cover of ice and snow that spreads out from a center and addresses a large area, especially of land.
    • A permanent expanse of ice encompassing a sizable geographic location, e.g. in world's polar areas.
    • quite a few ice and snow that permanently addresses a large section of land (e.g., the polar areas or a mountain top).
    • an over-all or constant permanent covering of a certain part of land, whether large or small, with snowfall, névé, or ice, particularly in the arctic areas.
    • In therapeutics, a rubber bag containing ice for application into the mind.
    • a mass of ice and snow that forever covers a sizable section of land (age.g., the polar areas or a mountain peak)
    • a mass of ice and snowfall that completely covers a big part of land (e.g., the polar regions or a mountain top)

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