What is another word for Zamboni?

7 synonyms found


[ zambˈə͡ʊni], [ zambˈə‍ʊni], [ z_a_m_b_ˈəʊ_n_i]

Zamboni is a specialized machine used for resurfacing ice rinks, but there are other words that can be used to describe the same thing. For example, Ice resurfacer is a synonym for Zamboni that is commonly used in the United Kingdom. Another synonym is ice resurfacing machine which simply indicates that the machine is used for the same purpose as a Zamboni. Additionally, "ice cleaner" is another term used to refer to the machine, particularly those that are used in smaller rinks. While Zamboni may be the most well-known name for the machine, there are many synonyms available for anyone looking to avoid using the same word repeatedly.

Synonyms for Zamboni:

What are the hypernyms for Zamboni?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    ice resurfacer, snow groomer, Ice grooming machine, Ice resurfacing machine, Ice resurfacing system, Ice resurfacing vehicle.

Usage examples for Zamboni

There is a curious correspondence preserved in the Bodleian library, consisting of autograph letters which passed between Buchels, the elector's librarian at Dusseldorf, and Zamboni, the resident at the court of Great Britain for the Landgraf of Hessen Darmstadt.
"Studies from Court and Cloister"
J.M. Stone
In appearance the correspondence is innocent enough: Zamboni has manuscripts for sale on behalf of persons abroad.
"Studies from Court and Cloister"
J.M. Stone
And to guarantee the complete execution of this agreement, it shall be signed by the manager, and also by the Maestro Gioachino Rossini; and, in addition, the said manager grants lodgings to the Maestro Rossini during the term of the agreement, in the same house that is assigned to Signor Luigi Zamboni.
"The Great Musicians: Rossini and His School"
Henry Sutherland Edwards

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