Idiom: Break the Ice

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Break the IELTS – Idiom of the Day for the IELTS Speaking test

Definition: To end a period of silence by people feel more friendly and willing to talk with each other.

Example: 

We played some funny game to break the ice.

Jane’s arrival broke the ice and people began to talk and laugh.

A smile is a powerful weapon to break the ice.

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