deice

or de-ice

[ dee-ahys ]
/ diˈaɪs /

verb (used with object), de·iced, de·ic·ing.

to free of ice; prevent or remove ice formation on, as the wing of an airplane.

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Origin of deice

First recorded in 1930–35; de- + ice
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British Dictionary definitions for de-ice

de-ice
/ (diːˈaɪs) /

verb

to free or be freed of ice
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