Ice-bag


Ice-bag
   Le ice-bag est une sorte de sac doublé d'un liquide frigorifique que l'on met au congélateur. Lorsque l'on veut rafraîchir une bouteille on sort le sac du congélateur puis on insère la bouteille à l'intérieur. Il permet non seulement de rafraîchir le vin mais il le maintient aussi en témpérature tout au long de la dégustation

L'Abécédaire du Vin . . 2015.

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  • ice bag — n a waterproof bag to hold ice for local application of cold to the body * * * a bag filled with ice, for applying cold to the body …   Medical dictionary

  • ice bag — ice′ bag n. med a waterproof bag filled with ice and applied to a part of the body, as to reduce pain or swelling • Etymology: 1880–85 …   From formal English to slang

  • ice bag — n. a bag, as of rubber, for holding ice, applied to the body to reduce a swelling, ease pain, etc …   English World dictionary

  • ice bag — bag filled with ice, bag filled with a frozen liquid (applied to parts of the body to reduce swelling, fever, etc.) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ice bag — noun a waterproof bag filled with ice: applied to the body (especially the head) to cool or reduce swelling • Syn: ↑ice pack • Hypernyms: ↑bag * * * noun : a waterproof bag designed to hold cracked ice and used for local application of cold to… …   Useful english dictionary

  • ice bag — a waterproof bag to be filled with ice and applied to the head or another part of the body to be cooled. Also called ice pack. [1880 85] * * * …   Universalium

  • ice bag — noun A waterproof bag with a wide mouthed stopper designed to hold ice, for service as an ice pack …   Wiktionary

  • ice bag — noun Date: 1868 a waterproof bag to hold ice for local application of cold to the body …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • ice pack — ☆ ice pack n. 1. PACK ICE 2. an ice bag, folded cloth, etc. filled with crushed ice and applied to the body, as to reduce a swelling or ease pain …   English World dictionary

  • ice pack — ice′ pack n. 1) geo pack ice 2) med ice bag • Etymology: 1850–55 …   From formal English to slang


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