Definition of 'ceramic'
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Put in a glass or ceramic bowl. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The actual ceramic object that you use is a lavatory (or loo). Times, Sunday Times (2016)Soon we will not make ceramics or glass. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Carbon ceramic brakes are standard and more than good enough. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He has done much to open up the now fashionable territory where ceramics and sculpture meet. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Includes ceramics and glass demos and a sculpture garden. Times, Sunday Times (2008)And the carbon ceramic brakes are your insurance policy. The Sun (2016) Glass and ceramics from those periods are particularly popular but in the past have often been discarded. The Sun (2008)These are often smaller objects like ceramics or glass but it could be anything from a bygone era. The Sun (2013)They make exquisite decorative blue ceramic vases by pressing flowers on to them and exposing them to ultraviolet light. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She has had successful exhibitions of her ceramics and sculptures and has a sense of having her identity back. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The highly patterned compositions are inspired by vintage textiles and ceramics in the V&A. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This textured ceramic vase is part of the Scratch collection of organically shaped bowls and vessels. The Sun (2010)Finally, it is worth looking at at least some of the countless vases and assorted ceramics. Umbria - the green heart of Italy (1989)We stepped into numerous shops, browsing the art and the ceramics as we climbed higher through the medieval village. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The bonnet and boot lid are carbon fibre and the brakes carbon ceramic Why should I care? Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'ceramic'
British English: ceramic /sɪˈræmɪk/ ADJECTIVE
Ceramic means of, relating to, or made of clay that has been heated to a very high temperature so that it becomes hard.
- American English: ceramic
- Arabic: خَزَفِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: de cerâmica
- Chinese: 陶器的
- Croatian: keramički
- Czech: keramický
- Danish: keramisk
- Dutch: keramisch
- European Spanish: cerámico
- Finnish: keraaminen
- French: céramique
- German: keramisch
- Greek: κεραμικός
- Italian: di ceramica
- Japanese: セラミックの
- Korean: 세라믹의
- Norwegian: keramisk
- Polish: ceramiczny
- European Portuguese: de cerâmica
- Romanian: din ceramică
- Russian: керамический
- Spanish: cerámico
- Swedish: keramisk
- Thai: เซรามิค
- Turkish: seramik
- Ukrainian: керамічний
- Vietnamese: bằng gốm
British English: ceramic NOUN
Ceramic is clay that has been heated to a very high temperature so that it becomes hard.
Definition of ceramic from the Collins English Dictionary
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