slag

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The impurities which result and are separated out when melting a metal or refining it from its ore; also, vitrified cinders
To make slag
The scoria of a volcano
To talk badly about someone; to denigrate someone
A hard aggregate that is left as a residue from blast furnaces, which may be used as a surfacing material
A woman (sometimes a man) who has loose morals relating to sex. Meaning slut
{n} the dross or refuse of metals
A non-metallic byproduct of the welding process forming a hard crust over the molten steel which should be chipped away for inspection of a weld
Dross from smelting or refining
Smelter beneficiated titanium product (85% TiO2)
In metal refining, a scum or impurity that forms on the surface of a metal during thermal processing Usually slag consists of various inorganic materials that may take either glasseous, crystalline, metallic, or mixed forms
a hard, air-cooled aggregate that is left as a residue from blast furnaces, used as a surfacing aggregate
The dross, or recrement, of a metal; also, vitrified cinders
A product of smelting, containing, mostly as silicates, the substances not sought to be produced as matte or metal, and having a lower specific gravity than the latter; called also, esp
the fused refuse or scum formed on the surface of molten metal
a hard, air-cooled aggregate that is left as a residue from blast furnaces, which may be used as a surfacing material on certain (typically bituminous) roof membrane systems
Non-metallic impurities found floating atop a ferrous metal bath
{f} form into slag
In this work the term slag is used to describe any metamorphic vitrified mass derived from fuel ash under the influence of extreme heat Support for the use of the term in this context can be found in its definition in the Oxford English Dictionary and in Searle's Encyclopaedia of the Ceramic Industries
A byproduct of the steel industry In producing steel, iron ore is introduced into a blast furnace along with limestone and coke The limestone separates lquid iron from impure metals
To bring a network to its knees because of extremely high traffic
The slag of iron blast furnaces is essentially silicate of calcium, magnesium, and aluminium; that of lead and copper smelting furnaces contains iron
To form, or form into, a slag; to agglomerate when heated below the fusion point
{i} residue of ore separated from a metal during the smelting process; scoria, cinder-like pieces of lava (Geology)
Waste material from the smelting process The black, lava-like material is primarily iron and silica
A woman (sometimes a man) who has loose morals relating to sex
The impurities in a molten pool of iron Flux such as limestone may be added to foster the congregation of undesired elements into a slag Because slag is lighter than iron, it will float on top of the pool, where it can be skimmed
The nonmetallic waste resulting from the smelting of metal ores
Same as Basic slag, above
the scum formed by oxidation at the surface of molten metals
Residue from blast furnaces that is sometimes used for the surfacing on aggregate-surfaced built-up roof systems
in iron smelting, cinder
a hard air cooled aggregate that is used as a surfacing material
To bring a network to its knees because of extremely high traffic "That Babe of the Week page has totally slagged the network " See also notwork
a hard, air-cooled aggregate that is left as residue from blast furnaces It is used as a surfacing aggregate and should be surface dry and free of sand, clay, or other foreign substances at the time of application
A silica-rich froth containing impurities produced in the smelting of gold and silver Development of slag is encouraged by the addition of especially formulated fluxes
The impurities in a molten pool of iron Flux may be added to congregate the impurities into a slag Slag is lighter than iron and will float allowing it to be skimmed
Non-metalic solid coating that forms on top of the weld bead
Impurities in the iron ore that have been captured by limestone or other fluxes
disapproval Slag is used by some people to refer to a woman who they disapprove of because they think she is sexually immoral. slagged slagging slag off to criticize someone in an unpleasant way, especially when this is unfair. By-product formed in smelting, welding, and other metallurgical and combustion processes from impurities in the metals or ores being treated. Slag consists mostly of mixed oxides of elements such as silicon, sulfur, phosphorus, and aluminum; ash; and products formed in their reactions with furnace linings and fluxing substances such as limestone. During smelting or refining, slag floats on the surface of the molten metal, protecting it from oxidation (see oxidation-reduction) by the atmosphere and keeping it clean. Slag cools into a coarse aggregate used in certain concretes; it is used as a road-building material, as ballast, and as a source of available phosphate fertilizer
Vitreous materials containing impurities from the ore and forming on the surface of molten metals
slag heap
A man-made mound or heap formed with the waste material (slag) as a by-product of coal mining. Can also refer to the waste by-product from a foundry or furnace, formed into such a mound
slag heaps
plural form of slag heap
slag off
To talk insultingly to or about someone or something
slag heap
mound of residue of ore separated from a metal during the smelting process
slag heap
A slag heap is a hill made from waste material, such as rock and mud, left over from mining. a pile of waste materials at a mine or factory
slag off
To slag someone off means to criticize them in an unpleasant way. All bands slag off their record companies. It's just the way it is People have been slagging me off
basic slag
slag produced in making steel; low in silica but having large amounts of calcium phosphate; useful as fertilizer
basic slag
It is rich in lime and contains 14 to 20 per cent of phosphoric acid
basic slag
A by-product from the manufacture of steel by the basic process, used as a fertilizer
basic slag
Called also Thomas slag, phosphatic slag, and odorless phosphate
slagged
past of slag
slagging
present participle of slag
slags
third-person singular of slag
slags
plural of slag
slag

    التركية النطق

    släg

    المترادفات

    dross, recrement

    النطق

    /ˈslag/ /ˈslæɡ/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'slag ] (noun.) 1552. From Swedish slagg, or Middle Low German slacke, whence German Schlacke; originally, perhaps, the splinters struck off from the metal by hammering.

    الازمنة

    slags, slagging, slagged

    كلمة اليوم

    gowpen
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