Break the ice | Day 11 | Idiom of the day

Idiom of the day

Break the ice


To do or say something to remove the tension or get conversation going in a strained situation or when strangers meet


  1. He was the one who broke the ice at the party.
  2. Your joke really broke the ice at the conference; we all felt relaxed afterwards.
  3. It was much-needed to break the ice.

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