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1. metallic

adjective. ['məˈtælɪk'] containing or made of or resembling or characteristic of a metal.

Synonyms

  • golden
  • metal-looking
  • aluminiferous
  • metal
  • bimetallic
  • gold-bearing
  • gold
  • antimonial
  • silver
  • metallike
  • metallic-looking
  • argentiferous
  • gilded
  • bimetal
  • auriferous
  • all-metal
  • tinny

Antonyms

  • achromatic
  • unpropitious
  • unhappy
  • cursed

Etymology

  • metallicus (Latin)
  • -icus (Latin)

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1. Noun Phrase
Analyze the combination of a metallic element with a nonmetallic element.

2. Noun Phrase
Hydrogen and the halogens are all non-metallic elements, but they behave very differently.

3. Noun Phrase
An alloy is a metal created by combining two or more metallic elements.

2. metallic

noun. ['məˈtælɪk'] a yarn made partly or entirely of metal.

Synonyms

  • thread

Antonyms

  • discolor
  • insulator

Etymology

  • metallicus (Latin)
  • -icus (Latin)

3. metallic

noun. ['məˈtælɪk'] a fabric made of a yarn that is partly or entirely of metal.

Synonyms

  • textile
  • fabric
  • material

Antonyms

  • chromatic
  • dull
  • poor
  • sincere

Etymology

  • metallicus (Latin)
  • -icus (Latin)

4. element

noun. ['ˈɛləmənt'] an abstract part of something.

Synonyms

  • be all and end all
  • plot element
  • factor
  • part
  • be-all and end-all
  • ingredient
  • component
  • division
  • section
  • constituent

Antonyms

  • nonmetallic
  • metallic
  • subtraction
  • necessary

Etymology

  • element (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • element (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

5. element

noun. ['ˈɛləmənt'] an artifact that is one of the individual parts of which a composite entity is made up; especially a part that can be separated from or attached to a system.

Synonyms

  • spare
  • add-on
  • spare part
  • portion
  • auto part
  • pixel
  • module
  • picture element
  • part
  • crystal
  • supplement
  • appurtenance
  • addition
  • input
  • computer hardware
  • making
  • ingredient
  • component
  • spark gap
  • heating element
  • improver
  • constituent
  • hardware
  • landside
  • audio
  • accessory
  • pel
  • car part

Antonyms

  • fresh water
  • approval
  • disapproval
  • activator

Etymology

  • element (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • element (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

6. element

noun. ['ˈɛləmənt'] any of the more than 100 known substances (of which 92 occur naturally) that cannot be separated into simpler substances and that singly or in combination constitute all matter.

Synonyms

  • Ge
  • selenium
  • helium
  • He
  • phosphorus
  • element 111
  • atomic number 54
  • element 106
  • atomic number 8
  • Db
  • atomic number 9
  • boron
  • silicon
  • atom
  • atomic number 6
  • atomic number 113
  • atomic number 1
  • actinium
  • metallic element
  • transuranic element
  • element 115
  • Uub
  • atomic number 112
  • bromine
  • element 104
  • arsenic
  • As
  • Mt
  • Mv
  • sulfur
  • S
  • C
  • atomic number 85
  • atomic number 7
  • O
  • atomic number 89
  • Br
  • ununbium
  • mendelevium
  • trace element
  • allotrope
  • element 110
  • element 105
  • atomic number 110
  • meitnerium
  • nitrogen
  • iodine
  • unnilquadium
  • atomic number 114
  • Rn
  • Sg
  • astatine
  • atomic number 102
  • Uuq
  • atomic number 32
  • atomic number 104
  • neon
  • atomic number 18
  • P
  • Unq
  • xenon
  • substance
  • element 109
  • chlorine
  • iodin
  • atomic number 106
  • noble gas
  • roentgenium
  • element 114
  • atomic number 86
  • element 113
  • Ne
  • transactinide
  • Uup
  • oxygen
  • atomic number 94
  • atomic number 103
  • argon
  • darmstadtium
  • Ar
  • atomic number 15
  • I
  • inert gas
  • Se
  • Uuh
  • atomic number 105
  • hydrogen
  • hahnium
  • atomic number 2
  • hassium
  • carbon
  • atomic number 109
  • metal
  • atomic number 10
  • atomic number 16
  • element 107
  • chemical element
  • At
  • Cl
  • atomic number 108
  • N
  • Pu
  • Ds
  • element 108
  • plutonium
  • ununtrium
  • nobelium
  • lawrencium
  • Te
  • Md
  • atomic number 107
  • tellurium
  • krypton
  • H
  • atomic number 52
  • argonon
  • germanium
  • atomic number 17
  • bohrium
  • atomic number 35
  • sulphur
  • ununhexium
  • B
  • Lr
  • atomic number 115
  • Xe
  • Ac
  • element 112
  • atomic number 14
  • ununpentium
  • rutherfordium
  • atomic number 101
  • atomic number 53
  • ununquadium
  • seaborgium
  • Rf
  • Hs
  • atomic number 34
  • atomic number 33
  • fluorine
  • Rg
  • No
  • dubnium
  • atomic number 5
  • atomic number 116
  • radon
  • Uut
  • element 116
  • Si
  • Bh
  • atomic number 111
  • F
  • nonmetal
  • atomic number 36

Antonyms

  • inability
  • outside
  • inside
  • middle

Etymology

  • element (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • element (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

7. element

noun. ['ˈɛləmənt'] the most favorable environment for a plant or animal.

Synonyms

  • surroundings
  • environment
  • environs

Antonyms

  • adorned
  • act
  • take
  • enforce

Etymology

  • element (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • element (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

8. element

noun. ['ˈɛləmənt'] a straight line that generates a cylinder or cone.

Synonyms

  • element of a cone
  • straight line

Antonyms

  • fat
  • occupied
  • good fortune

Etymology

  • element (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • element (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

9. element

noun. ['ˈɛləmənt'] one of four substances thought in ancient and medieval cosmology to constitute the physical universe.

Synonyms

  • air
  • quintessence
  • ether
  • earth
  • substance
  • water

Antonyms

  • misconception
  • beginning
  • join
  • connect

Etymology

  • element (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • element (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

10. element

noun. ['ˈɛləmənt'] the situation in which you are happiest and most effective.

Synonyms

  • state of affairs

Antonyms

  • misfortune
  • good luck

Etymology

  • element (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • element (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
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