Definition of ice-cool in English:

ice-cool

adjective

  • 1Frequently of a drink: that is (felt to be) as cool as ice.

  • 2Figurative. Lacking in enthusiasm or warmth; frosty, aloof.

Origin

Mid 19th century. From ice + cool. Compare earlier ice-cold.

Pronunciation

ice-cool

/ˈʌɪsˌkuːl/