Translation of iceberg in Spanish:


iceberg, n.

Pronunciation /ˈʌɪsbəːɡ//ˈaɪsˌbərɡ/


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    iceberg masculine
    • Water lapped at the edge of the ice-sheets, small icebergs floating off and melting in the warmer waters.
    • An Antarctic ice shelf has collapsed and broken up into thousands of icebergs.
    • She was still scarred after her encounters with icebergs so proper repairs to her jury-rigged jib boom were a top priority.
    • It commanded wide sweeping views of the oily blue Ross Sea with its huge floating icebergs.
    • As the glacier reaches the lake, icebergs break off and slowly drift out to the sea.
    • Sea ice is frozen salt water, and when natural forces break it into pieces, the larger ones are called not icebergs but ice floes.
    • Friends in London envisage glaciers and icebergs up here near the Arctic Circle.
    • Yes, this ice shelf has broken up into a mosaic of smaller icebergs.
    • The environment in the Antarctic is magnificent with glaciers, icebergs and ice floes on a scale which is awe-inspiring.
    • In March 1999, two massive icebergs broke away from the Ross Ice Shelf.
    • The icebergs came in every category of shape and featured many natural parodies of architectural styles from caveman days to now.
    • There were icebergs aplenty, however, as well as strange cloud formations.
    • This is the mass of the iceberg, the terror that is itself a long-term greenhouse for counter-terror.
    • Great floes jostled against each other piling up to form miniature icebergs.
    • Sun shines on them like white gold and in the shade they become iridescent blue, eerie like glaciers or icebergs.
    • Glaciers can move and calving can occur, causing huge icebergs to break away and wreak havoc.
    • Dice warned in a voice that sounded like the grating together of icebergs in a glacier.
    • Forget the advancing melt rate of Antarctic icebergs and world wide glacier retreat.
    • Antarctic icebergs are different from Arctic icebergs in some ways.
    • Mountains and icebergs, snowflakes and clouds, are delights to me.