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To shock or stimulate into sudden activity
To coat with rust-resistant zinc
To coat with a thin layer of metal by electrochemical means; to electroplate
to imbue with life or animation
{v} to affect with the galvanic fluid
gal·va·nize galvanizes galvanizing galvanized in BRIT, also use galvanise To galvanize someone means to cause them to take action, for example by making them feel very excited, afraid, or angry. The aid appeal has galvanised the German business community They have been galvanised into collective action -- militarily, politically and economically. = stir. to shock or surprise someone so that they do something to solve a problem, improve a situation etc galvanize sb into (doing) sth
To plate, as with gold, silver, etc
to coat a metal surface with zinc using various processes
cover with zinc; "galvanize steel"
To coat with zinc to protect against corrosion Left Lay - (a) Strand - Strand in which the cover wires are laid in a helix having a left-hand pitch -(b) Rope - Rope in which the strands are laid in a helix having a left-hand pitch
stimulate (muscles) by administering a shock cover with zinc; "galvanize steel
To coat, as iron, with zinc
To coat a metal (especially iron or steel) with zinc Galvanization is the process of coating a metal with zinc
stimulate (muscles) by administering a shock
the term used when some units must switch sides to even out troops for a battle In Company C=s case we can galvanize as the 66th Illinois [blue--western] or as a generic Confederate Sharpshooter unit No member is required to galvanize at this time
To affect with galvanism; to subject to the action of electrical currents
to stimulate to action ; " startled him awake"; "galvanized into action"
To coat with zinc
To coat a metal surface with zinc as a protection against corrosion
{f} coat metal with a thin layer of zinc; application of an electric current (to a nerve, person, etc.); stimulate (also galvanise)
See Galvanized iron
To restore to consciousness by galvanic action (as from a state of suspended animation); hence, to stimulate or excite to a factitious animation or activity
by means of electricity
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: To coat with a thin layer of metal by electrochemical means
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To shock or stimulate into sudden activity
galvanise
To coat with a thin layer of metal by electrochemical means
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To coat with rust-resistant zinc
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{f} coat metal with a thin layer of zinc; application of an electric current (to a nerve, person, etc.); stimulate (also galvanize)
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To strengthen, or bolster
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stimulate (muscles) by administering a shock
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cover with zinc; "galvanize steel"
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to stimulate to action ; " startled him awake"; "galvanized into action"
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a British spelling of galvanize
galvanised
past of galvanise
galvanises
third-person singular of galvanise
galvanising
A protective coating of zinc applied to wire products by the hot dip method
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affected by emotion as if by electricity; thrilling; "gave an electric reading of the play"; "the new leader had a galvanic effect on morale"
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The coating of iron and steels with a layer of zinc and iron-zinc compounds, by immersion in a bath of molten zinc [back] [top]
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A protective coating of zinc applied to wire products by the hot drip process
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present participle of galvanise
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The process of coating metal with zinc, either by dipping in a bath of molten zinc or by electrolytic action
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The act or process of galvanizing
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{i} coating of metal with a thin layer of zinc; application of an electric current (to a nerve, person, etc.); stimulation (also galvanisation)
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either the work of covering with metal by the use of a galvanic current or the coating of iron with zinc to protect it from rusting
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either the work of covering with metal by the use of a galvanic current or the coating of iron with zinc to protect it from rusting stimulation that arouses a person to lively action; "the unexpected news produced a kind of galvanization of the whole team"
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stimulation that arouses a person to lively action; "the unexpected news produced a kind of galvanization of the whole team"
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stimulation with a galvanic current
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The act of process of galvanizing
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to subject to the action of an electric current
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Metal (usually steel) coated with a thin layer of zinc to provide corrosion resistance; i e , rust proofing Galvanizing methods are (1) "hot-dipped galvanizing", which consists of passing the continuous length of sheet, wire, rod, or shape through a molten bath, followed by an air stream "wipe" that controls the thickness of the zinc finish; and (2) "electro-galvanizing", which continuously zinc-coats an uncoiled sheet or unwound wire or rod electrolytically Galvanized sheet also is known in the market as "coated sheet"
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The process of coating steel with zinc for corrosion resistance
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Steel coated with zinc for corrosion resistance
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gal·va·nized in BRIT, also use galvanised Galvanized metal, especially iron and steel, has been covered with zinc in order to protect it from rust and other damage. corrosion-resistant galvanized steel. 75mm galvanised nails. galvanised iron/metal etc metal that has had a covering of zinc put on it so that it does not rust
galvanized
process of coating steel frames with rust resistant zinc
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past of galvanize
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Steel coated with a layer of zinc for corrosion resistance
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Pertains to zinc-coated steel articles used in fencing
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Indicates steel or iron that has been protected by a zinc coating The galvanized coating protects the underlying metal 15 to 30 years, but requires a special primer before coating
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protected from rusting by a coating of zinc
galvanized
Refers to steel treated with a zinc coating
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Coated with zinc to prevent rusting of iron or steel
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{s} treated by means of an electric current; stimulated; coated with a thin layer of zinc or other metal (of metal)
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A generic term used to describe a sheet or coil of steel coated with zinc applied in an electrogalvanizing or dipping process
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Protected from rust by a thin coat of zinc (on iron or steel)
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{i} person or thing which galvanizes
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a leader who stimulates and excites people to action a skilled worker who coats iron or steel with zinc
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One who, or that which, galvanize
galvanizes
third-person singular of galvanize
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Coating steel with zinc and tin (principally zinc) for rust proofing purposes Formerly for the purpose of galvanizing, cut length steel sheets were passed singly through a bath of the molten metal Today's galvanizing processing method consists of uncoiling and passing the continuous length of successive coils either through a molten bath of the metal termed Hot Dipped Galvanizing or by continuously zinc coating the uncoiled sheet electrolytically- termed Electro-Galvanizing
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affected by emotion as if by electricity; thrilling; "gave an electric reading of the play"; "the new leader had a galvanic effect on morale"
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Placing a thin layer of zinc on a ferrous material to protect the underlying surface from corrosion
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= A corrosion protection technique applied only to mild steel, cast iron, and steel alloys in which workpieces are immersed in liquid zinc at 500 degrees Celsius A zinc/iron alloy is formed at the surface of the workpiece giving it an adherent coating of zinc Prior to galvanizing, the metal surface must be in a state of moderate cleanliness This is generally accomplished by light acid pickling or blasting Galvanized coatings are generally about 0 005 inches thick and can give protection for 10 to 20 years
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v. Protection of iron or steel against exposure to the atmosphere and consequent rusting by application of a zinc coating. Properly applied, galvanizing may protect from atmospheric corrosion for 15-30 years or more. If the coating is damaged, the iron or steel continues to be protected by sacrificial corrosion, a phenomenon in which atmospheric oxidation spares the iron and affects the zinc (as long as it lasts). See also terneplate
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Process in which a thin coating of zinc is applied to iron or steel to prevent rust
galvanizing
a process in which steel is coated with zinc to prevent corrosion
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Covering of iron or steel surfaces with a protective layer of zinc (weight defined in specifications)
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present participle of galvanize
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Process in which a support metal, such as iron or steel, is coated with a thin layer of zinc by electrolysis or hot dipping (in molten zinc) to provide protection against corrosion
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