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Difference between 'Ice' and 'Snow'

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Ice and Snow are cold but they have different meanings.

Ice is frozen water which can be artificially prepared.

Snow is atmospheric vapour frozen into crystals and falling to earth in white flakes or spread on it as a white layer.

Sample Usage

1.Ice sells at four rupees per seer at Delhi these days.
2.The pond is covered with ice.
3.The ice is melting.

1.The snowy peaks of the Himalayas have a sublimity of their own.
2.About 20centimetres of snow had fallen overnight.
3.They were caught in a heavy snow shower.

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