Definition of 'chromium'
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Example sentences containing 'chromium'
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He looked into its shiny chromium surface, which was now scratched and dented. THE BROKEN GOD (1994)One whole case was taken up with a difference engine of brass gears and gleaming chromium switches. THE BROKEN GOD (1994)
The computerized machine was fitted with a chromium grille so that it looked like the front end of an old American car. FLOATING CITY (1994)
Trends of 'chromium'
Used Occasionally. chromium is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'chromium'
British English: chromium NOUN
Chromium is a hard, shiny metallic element, used to make steel alloys and to coat other metals.
...chromium-plated fire accessories.
Definition of chromium from the Collins English Dictionary
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