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.
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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