Definition of 'chrome'
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There are muted greens and browns on the walls and the chairs are sumptuous leather and gleaming chrome.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
The instantly recognisable chrome mesh grille sits slightly lower but more upright to make the bonnet seem longer.The Sun (2010) Times, Sunday Times (2010) The Sun (2007) The Sun (2014)
At the front the headlamps are slightly different and at the back there's a chrome strip on the bumper.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The mild makeover has given the face a hint more edge, with chrome mesh grille and lower mesh spoiler with fog lamps.The Sun (2008) The Sun (2014)
The Vauxhall name is added to the upper circumference of the badge that now figures more prominently in the chrome grille and on the boot.The Sun (2008) The Sun (2010)
The spacious waiting room is kitted out with wood-panelled walls, brown leather chairs and chrome coffee tables.The Sun (2013) Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Both interior and exterior changes are fairly subtle, with a slightly more angular front bumper and chrome trim pieces setting it apart from the previous model.The Sun (2015)
It comes with five special colours, dark tinted windows, alloy wheels and satin chrome finishes to door handles.The Sun (2012)
It has sophistication and individuality, highlighted by the distinctive chrome grille flanked by piercing twin headlights and a clean coupé side profile and nicely rounded rear end.The Sun (2011) The Sun (2009)
That includes the eye-catching chrome door mirrors with LED lights which have been shaped to reduce air turbulence and wind noise.The Sun (2009)
A bold honeycomb grille with a chrome surround, piercing new headlights and a bigger badge on the bonnet give the Rapid added drama.The Sun (2012)
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