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Türkçe - İngilizce
Of a dark, dull grey colour, like that of the metal
An alloy of tin and lead
items made of pewter
{n} a composition of lead, brass and tin, or tin and antimony
Pewter items are described and marked as such if they contain at least 90% tin Also, a somewhat dull silver-colored alloy of tin, antimony, and copper
When used to describe miniatures, pewter refers to a metal substance which the miniature is made of which typically does not include lead The term pewter in the normal world often refers to a metal alloy which includes silver Typically the "pewter" substance used in miniatures contains no silver
a dark, dull grey colour, like that of the metal
A dull silver-gray alloy of tin with brass and copper We use only 100% lead free pewter
an alloy that is currently composed of approximately 93-98% tin, 1-2% copper, and the balance of antimony
a bluish gray Pewter is also a form of metal, but that is not important to us That definition has nothing to do with apparel, color or textiles
any of various alloys of tin with small amounts of other metals (especially lead)
Alloy composed of tin and small amounts of other metals - lead, copper, bismuth or zinc From 1725 to 1825 pewter was the most widely used metal in America
- An alloy of tin and copper or any alloy of the low-melting-point metals, including tin, lead, bismuth and antimony The higher the tin content and the lower the lead content, the better the pewter
Any of various alloys having tin as its chief component
A soft greyish-coloured alloy having tin as it's chief component Originally used as an alternative to sterling, prior to the invention of silverplate
soft alloy because its primary element is tin The combination of tin and antimony gives pewter its strength
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