Definition of 'bronze'
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Make the rest of your palette tawny, brown and bronze. The Sun (2016)He took a bronze medal in the time-trial at the Olympics last month. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is hard to pinpoint where bronze ends and brown begins. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The price of copper and bronze has made salvage profitable. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But he raises his game and claims a bronze medal. The Sun (2012)She uses cocoa powder as a bronzer and makes her own household cleaners. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This year the aim is to get a bronze medal. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The two mighty bronze wing propellers began to turn slowly. Titanic - Destination disaster (1987)Play down lips and keep skin lightly bronzed. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You could paint him bronze and the world would shrug and consider him street art. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Slap on a layer of fake tan bronzer. The Sun (2009)The soaring price of copper and bronze has made such salvage profitable but the letter calls for the site to be protected. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Also, lots of bronze and gold. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Much more will be expected of the Olympic bronze medallists in the final today. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He wants to do more bronzes, more sculptures. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Bronze plaques line the edges of the pools and name the near 3,000 victims. The Sun (2011)Those medals were bronze weren't they? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Q Have you seen any nice gold or bronze handbags? Times, Sunday Times (2006)The 20-year-old won bronze in Delhi four years ago but considered quitting after injuries left her lacking funding and form. The Sun (2014)She saw the names of military personnel on a bronze memorial plaque and asked her mother, "Who are all those people? Christianity Today (2000)FOR a softer finish, blend another colour on top, like a bronze or a brown. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'bronze'
British English: bronze /brɒnz/ NOUN
Bronze is a yellowish-brown metal made from copper and tin.
...a bronze statue.
- American English: bronze
- Arabic: بَرونْز
- Brazilian Portuguese: bronze
- Chinese: 青铜
- Croatian: bronca
- Czech: bronz
- Danish: bronze
- Dutch: brons
- European Spanish: bronce
- Finnish: pronssi
- French: bronze
- German: Bronze
- Greek: μπρούντζος
- Italian: bronzo
- Japanese: ブロンズ
- Korean: 청동
- Norwegian: bronse
- Polish: brąz
- European Portuguese: bronze
- Romanian: bronz
- Russian: бронза
- Spanish: bronce
- Swedish: brons
- Thai: ทองสัมฤทธิ์
- Turkish: bronz
- Ukrainian: бронза
- Vietnamese: đồng thiếc
Definition of bronze from the Collins English Dictionary
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