not wanting to engage in what is offered
Guy #1- Hey help me get this room cleaned up

Guy #2- Ice that
by bawlinjeremy November 1, 2006
(V). The act of drinking a Smirnoff Ice on one knee as fast as you can, following the presentation of the 'ice' in a clever manner.
You should have seen John get iced when he woke up this morning.
by rolltide41 April 22, 2010
1)- Frozen water, used to cool drinks or for medical healing during athletic competition

2)- Expensive jewelry, usually in the form of diamonds that is worn in either necklace, ring, chain, or earrings

3)- To kill or murder someone

4)- Methamphetamines, illicit street drugs
1)- Let's ice that ankle so you're ready for the next game

2)- I keep my boo flooded with ice

3)- Fool didn't pay, so he had to get iced

4)- Lemme buy some ice from you
by Chris December 29, 2004
A level of coolness that far surpasses the norm. May apply to a person or an event as the situation dictates.

Antonym: "melted".

An action which creates awkwardness, tension, or in any way decreases the coolness quotient of a given situation can be said to be "melting the ice". Many variants can expand the concept, such as "frostbite" or "permafrost", but take care that variations not be contrived or forced, lest you melt the very ice to which you are seeking to refer.
"Oh my god, that was the ice"

Trying to salvage a rapidly deteriorating situation you say "Dude, don't melt the ice"

Some d-bag refuses to let you lane change on the road; you exclaim "this guy is f'n melting my ice!"
by Keith C. January 29, 2008
To get killed, to die.
*high powered rifle fires and the Ukrainian president crumples to the ground*
Assassin: Iced.
by hott_butsecs1337 February 25, 2014
Icing" -- or "getting iced" -- is a frat star drinking game. The rules are simple: If a person sees a Smirnoff Ice, he or she must get down on one knee and chug it, unless they happen to be carrying their own Smirnoff, in which case they can "ice block," or refract the punishment back onto the attacker. In order to dupe people into stumbling across the beverage, participants have devised creative ways of presenting them with Ices, like strapping the bottles to the backs of dogs or burying them in vats of protein powder.
Typical Icing situation @ work: Bro has to get some quick copies to hand to the executives. “Why isn’t this copier working!?!?!” Dave asks. To his disbelief the paper drawer acts as a makeshift cooler for a nice warm ICE.
by T-$$$$$$$$$ May 28, 2010