Definition of 'pewter'
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And how my comrade, the other pewter soldier, lives! Andersen's Fairy Tales (1874)These were a distinctive Scottish feature: owners honoured their guests by putting their best silver and pewter on display. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'pewter'
British English: pewter /ˈpjuːtə/ NOUN
Pewter is a grey metal made by mixing tin and lead.
- American English: pewter
- Arabic: سَبِيكَةُ الْبِيُوتِر
- Brazilian Portuguese: peltre
- Chinese: 白蜡
- Croatian: kositar
- Czech: cín
- Danish: tin
- Dutch: tin
- European Spanish: peltre
- Finnish: tina
- French: étain
- German: Zinn
- Greek: κασσιτερόχαλκος
- Italian: peltro
- Japanese: 白目
- Korean: 백랍
- Norwegian: tinn
- Polish: stop cyny z ołowiem
- European Portuguese: latão
- Romanian: cositor
- Russian: сплав олова со свинцом
- Spanish: peltre
- Swedish: tenn
- Thai: โลหะผสมดีบุกกับตะกั่ว
- Turkish: tutya
- Ukrainian: сплав олова зі свинцем
- Vietnamese: hợp kim thiếc
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