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metal englannista suomeksi

  1. metalli-

  2. metalli

  3. päällystää metallilla

  1. Substantiivi

  2. metalli

  3. metal, metallimusiikki, metalli

  4. Verbi

metal englanniksi

  1. ''Chemical elements or alloys, and the mines where their ores come from.''

  2. Any of a number of chemical elements in the periodic table that form a bond with other metal atoms; generally shiny, somewhat malleable and hard, often a conductor of heat and electricity.

  3. (quote-journal)

  4. Any material with similar physical properties, such as an alloy.

  5. (RQ:Jefferies Amateur Poacher).

  6. An element which was not directly created after the Bang but instead formed through nuclear reactions; any element other than hydrogen and helium.

  7. 2003, Michael A. Seeds, ''Astronomy: The Solar System and Beyond'', Thomson Brooks/Cole (ISBN)

  8. Most of the matter in stars is hydrogen and helium, and the metals (including carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, and so on) were cooked up inside stars.
  9. 2008, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Geochemical Society, ''Oxygen in the solar system'', Mineralogical Society of Amer (ISBN)

  10. Thus, for the remaining elements, including oxygen, the solid phase appears to be important. In fact, at a metallicity of Z=0.02, and with a gas-to-dust ratio of 100, about half of the metals — including oxygen — are contained in the solid phase.
  11. 2015, Alan Longstaff, ''Astrobiology: An Introduction'', CRC Press (ISBN), page 350

  12. Metals include oxygen and carbon which means that water and organic molecules would have been abundant in the early universe, perhaps paving the way for the emergence of life within a couple of billion years of the Big Bang.
  13. Crushed rock, stones etc. used to make a road.

  14. The ore from which a metal is derived.(R:Raymond Glossar)

  15. A mine from which ores are taken.

  16. (RQ:Taylor Ductor Dubitantium)and persons condemned to metals

  17. A light tincture used in a of arms, specifically argent (white or silver) and or (gold).

  18. Molten glass that is to be blown or moulded to form objects(R:Knight AM).

  19. A category of rock music encompassing a number of genres (including thrash metal, death metal, heavy metal, etc.) characterized by strong drum-beats and distorted guitars.

  20. (senseid) The substance that constitutes something or someone; matter; hence, character or temper.

  21. (syn)

  22. (RQ:Shakespeare Much Ado About Nothing) Well, neece, I hope to ſee you one day fitted with a husband. / (smallcaps) Not till God make men of ſome other mettall then earth, would it not grieue a woman to be over-maſtred with a peece of valiant duſt?

  23. The effective power or calibre of guns carried by a vessel of war.

  24. The rails of a railway.

  25. The actual airline operating a flight, rather than any of the codeshare operators.

  26. (ux)

  27. Characterized by strong drum-beats and distorted guitars. (defdate)

  28. Having the emotional or social characteristics associated with metal music; brash, bold, frank, unyielding, etc.

  29. 2008, Lich King, "Attack of the Wrath of the War of the Death of the Strike of the Sword of the Blood of the Beast", ''Toxic Zombie Onslaught''.

  30. (quote)
  31. {{quote-journal

  32. To make a road using crushed rock, stones etc.

  33. (l)

  34. metal

  35. metal

  36. (inflection of)

  37. (l) (gloss)

  38. (l) (gloss)

  39. metalwork (gloss) item

  40. (l), ore

  41. metal (gloss)

  42. c. 1250, X|Alfonso X, ''Lapidario'', 2r.

  43. Et es grand marauilla que el fierro que uence todos los otros metales por fortaleza que a en ſi uence lo eſta piedra por ſu ṕṕedat.
    : And it is a great marvel that iron, which defats all other metals due to the strength it has, is defeated by this stone due to its property.
  44. ''Idem'', f. 21v.

  45. Et otroſſi ſi lo mezclan con eſtanno torna negro. ¬ ſi con plata lo mezclan recibe la blancura della ¬ aſſi faz con cada metal.
    : And also, if they mix it with tin it becomes black, and if they mix it with silver it receives whiteness from it, and likewise with every metal.


  46. (l)

  47. metal (gloss)

  48. money; wealth; riches

  49. white (argent) or yellow (or) tincture on a coat of arms

  50. metal; metal