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1.
The process of being in the company with a boss when you yourself is a boss also.
Damn Steve and Jonathan just whooped all 8 of those dudes in beer pong" "Bice!!
by baucex2 June 21, 2011
 
2.
Faeces.

Can be used as a noun e.g. 'a large bice' or a verb 'I'm going to bice'.

It originates from the Swedish word 'bajs' which means faeces.
"I really need to drop a bice after that kebab I ate last night."

"Where are you going, Pete?"
"To bice."
by SusieQ May 21, 2008
 
3.
A close male friend that could be interchangeably used with "bro" or "brother." Only used to signify the very best of friends who's stature is comparable to a family member.
You're my Bice for life!
We are the best of Bice.
by ltwhiteagle January 03, 2012
 
4.
bo and bice can be used interchangeably when greeting someone referring to somebody or to describe actions or situations that are good.

if someone greets you with a bo you must return the greeting with a bice and vice versa
if you reply to a bo with a bo
or a bice with a bice it is seen as disrespect
close friends incorporate bo and/or bice into eachothers nicknames

it orginated from the word bro but was shortened and then bice was added to it
guy 1:yooo what up bo
guy 2 :not much bice how you been
guy 1:im good
example 2 verbs or situations
"yo im bice'in up on madden"
guy 1 :what are you doin tonight?
guy 2:I dont no probaly just bo'in up with some boskis
nicknames- joe turns to bo
anything that rhymes with bo or bice is switched to bo or bice such as a last name like Wice
by Bo Bice November 28, 2007
 
5.
B-Ice is a name given to one who is awesome, rich, and possibly ganster.
"Man did you see Brian yesterday?"
"Ya he looked nice like B-Ice."
by Greg Adams October 07, 2007
 
6.
The new nice (created when nice was said with a cold.)

Did you see that guy on Scarred? He ripped his nutsack open on a sharp rail it was totally bice.
by Scott C L April 27, 2007
 
7.
(verb) To begin a task with ambition and energy only to realize shortly into the effort that there is a good way to justify simply not doing it and in the interim attach its uselessness to a societal ill.
"Everyone knew, as soon as he began refurbishing that old tank of crap, that he would bice the whole project in a day or two."
by Reeta Schmaltzy April 20, 2005