English to Punjabi Dictionary alloy

alloy

ਮਿਸ਼ਰਤ
definition
verb
alloying tin with copper to make bronze
mix (metals) to make an alloy.
noun
an alloy of nickel, bronze, and zinc
a metal made by combining two or more metallic elements, especially to give greater strength or resistance to corrosion.
example
The aluminum 'alloy' combines the properties of machinability, corrosion resistance, strength and brazeability.
an 'alloy' of nickel, bronze, and zinc
'alloy' wheels
The quality of the boxes themselves also suffered as material became scarce - a consignment of brass was lost with the Lusitania, and as brass was needed for the direct war effort, later boxes were of inferior 'alloy' .
There is an unusual combination spacer and recoil buffer made of an 'alloy' of brass, titanium and magnesium.
This new material, an 'alloy' of titanium and nickel, has an ability to return to its original shape after bending.
The tests involved mixing the constituent elements of the 'alloy' , heating and melting the mixture, and allowing it to cool and solidify.
an 'alloy' of nickel, bronze, and zinc
The precious metals could be extracted by stirring the molten 'alloy' with molten lead: gold and silver dissolved in the lead while copper did not.
flat pieces of 'alloy'
Boldly, I walked up to the mixed 'alloy' gate; its rough battered surface longed for happier days.
'alloy' wheels
The hydride is a complex 'alloy' of rare-earth elements and other metals that may be decomposed and reformed reversibly.
The luxury package also includes metallic paint, 'alloy' wheels, a simple-to-operate cruise control, a trip computer and some very useful electric seats with memory.
The shadow of sin clouds all of our experience in this life, and thus our joys will always be 'alloyed' with sorrow.
Lead 'alloyed' with tin, bismuth, cadmium, indium, or other elements, either alone or in combination, forms alloys with particularly low melting points.
The yield strengths of wrought magnesium 'alloys' normally vary as a function of the direction of metal flow.
In the last decade of the eighteenth century jewelers perfected methods of 'alloying' gold with various mixtures of copper, zinc, silver, or nickel to create a palette of gold colors to enrich their designs.
A zirconium-based alloy exhibits 2.5 times the strength of some titanium 'alloys' .
Silver is much softer than brass if it is not 'alloyed' with copper, tin, or some other less costly metal.
The true metals are actually elements, whereas the false metals are 'alloys' - composites of elements.
They showed that the copper and zinc 'alloyed' to make the brass were of higher purity than would have been available in the 16th century.
Since beryllium-nickel 'alloys' resist corrosion by salt water, they are used in marine engine parts.
He said that in this approach the core can be a highly magnetic material like iron or iron 'alloys' , while the shell can be a mixed metal ferrite with tailored resistivity.
The teenage victor of strenuous battles against the most formidable and seasoned of opponents, his ferocious gifts were 'alloyed' with a beguiling sensitivity to all things poetical.
When properly 'alloyed' and hardened by heat-treating, this tendency is greatly reduced.
Others soon followed, industrializing it and sinking shafts to deposits of iron and other metals that could be 'alloyed' to make tools for the Federation war machine.
The metal must always be 'alloyed' if it is to be fabricated or worked to make some useful product.
The new irons formed by 'alloying' or by special melting and casting methods are becoming competitors to steel.
Jenner's discovery was a touch-stone, to detect what proportion of selfishness 'alloyed' the human heart.
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