Metal

Metal,

Definition of Metal:

  1. Chemical element that, in general, (1) is a good conductor of heat and electricity, (2) is opaque but good reflector of light when polished, (3) can be beaten into sheets, (4) can be drawn into wires, (5) produces a sonorous tone when struck. All metals crystallize under suitable conditions and (except cesium, gallium, and mercury) are solid at normal temperature. Chemically, metals tend to form positive ions (are electropositive) and most have strong reactive-affinity with certain non-metallic elements (such as chlorine and sulfur) with which they form salts. Trace quantities of some metals (such as cobalt, copper, iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium, and zinc) are essential to animal, human, and plant health.

  2. Broken stone for use in making roads.

  3. Make or mend (a road) with road metal.

  4. Heavy metal or similar rock music.

  5. A solid material that is typically hard, shiny, malleable, fusible, and ductile, with good electrical and thermal conductivity (e.g., iron, gold, silver, copper, and aluminum, and alloys such as brass and steel).

  6. Molten glass before it is blown or cast.

Synonyms of Metal

Dutch foil, Achievement, Alerion, Aluminum, Aluminum foil, Americium, Animal charge, Annulet, Argent, Armorial bearings, Armory, Arms, Asphalt, Azure, Bandeau, Bar, Bar sinister, Barium, Baton, Bearings, Bend, Bend sinister, Beryllium, Billet, Bismuth, Blacktop, Blazon, Blazonry, Bordure, Broad arrow, Bullion, Cadency mark, Cadmium, Calcium, Canton, Carpet, Causeway, Cement, Cerium, Cesium, Chaplet, Charge, Chevron, Chief, Chrome, Chromium, Coat of arms, Cobalt, Cobblestone, Cockatrice, Concrete, Copper, Coronet, Crescent, Crest, Cross, Cross moline, Crown, Device, Difference, Differencing, Dysprosium, Eagle, Earth metals, Erbium, Ermine, Ermines, Erminites, Erminois, Escutcheon, Europium, Falcon, Fess, Fess point, Field, File, Flag, Flanch, Fleur-de-lis, Floor, Fret, Fur, Fusil, Gadolinium, Gallium, Garland, Germanium, Gold, Gold dust, Gold foil, Gold leaf, Griffin, Gules, Gyron, Hatchment, Helmet, Heraldic device, Holmium, Honor point, Impalement, Impaling, Indium, Inescutcheon, Iridium, Iron, Label, Lanthanum, Lead, Lead foil, Lion, Lithium, Lozenge, Lutetium, Magnesia, Magnesium, Manganese, Mantling, Marshaling, Martlet, Mascle, Mercury, Metal foil, Metal leaf, Metalleity, Metallic, Metallicity, Metallics, Metallike, Metalline, Metalloid, Metalware, Metalwork, Molybdenum, Motto, Mullet, Native metals, Neodymium, Nickel, Niobium, Noble metals, Nombril point, Octofoil, Or, Ordinary, Organometallic, Orle, Osmium, Pale, Palladium, Paly, Pave, Pean, Pebble, Pheon, Phosphorus, Platinum, Polonium, Potassium, Praseodymium, Precious metals, Promethium, Protactinium, Purpure, Quarter, Quartering, Radium, Rare metals, Rhenium, Rose, Rubidium, Ruthenium, Sable, Saltire, Samarium, Scandium, Scutcheon, Semimetal, Shield, Silver, Silver foil, Sodium, Spread eagle, Strontium, Subordinary, Tantalum, Tar, Technetium, Tenne, Terbium, Thallium, Thulium, Tin, Tincture, Tinfoil, Titanium, Torse, Tressure, Tungsten, Unicorn, Uranium, Vair, Vanadium, Vert, Wolfram, Wreath, Yale, Ytterbium, Yttrium, Zinc, Zirconium, Rail, Line, Cover, Surface, Floor, Top, Finish, Concrete, Concrete over, Asphalt, Flag, Tile, Tar, Tarmac, Metal

How to use Metal in a sentence?

  1. Gold metal has always been my personal choice for a ring, but silver is a good option for consumers who have price in mind or who are allergic to gold.
  2. Because the metal was sharp, Jesse cut himself while trying to work at his recycling center job. He then had to go get a tetanus shot so he didnt die in agony.
  3. The start-up watch company made all of their watches out of high-quality metal which made the watches extremely shiny and impressive looking.
  4. Crunching power-trio metal.
  5. Being a metal, aluminum readily conducts heat.
  6. Several miles of the old road had been metaled with crushed stone.
  7. The work also involves dealing with rock aggregates for potential use as suitable road metal.

Meaning of Metal & Metal Definition