metāls

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Latvian[edit]

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Metāls

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek μέταλλον (métallon, mine, quarry, metal), from μέταλλευειν (métalleuein, to mine, quarry), of unknown origin, but apparently related to μέταλλαν (métallan, to seek after), also of unknown origin.

Pronunciation[edit]

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Noun[edit]

metāls m (1st declension)

  1. metal (a chemical element that forms metallic bonds with other metals; usually shiny, malleable and hard)
    metālu strukturametal structure
    metālu rūdametal ore
    metālu ķīmiskās īpašībaschemical properties of metals
    sārmu metālialkali metals
    sārmzemju metālialkaline earth metals
  2. metal (material with various uses, formed either of a simple metal or of an alloy of metals with each other or with other substances)
    metāla sijametal beam
    melnie metāliferrous (lit. black) metals, alloys
    krāsainie metālinon-ferrous (lit. colorful) metals, alloys
    kausēt metāluto melt metal
    metālu kausēšanas krāsnismetal melting furnaces
    metāla lietuvemetal foundry
    metālu apstrādāšanametal processing
    metālu korozijametal corrosion

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