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the Bronze Age

noun [S] uk   us  
the time in the past when tools and weapons were made of bronze, before iron was discovered
Translations of “the Bronze Age”
in Chinese (Traditional) 青銅時代…
in Chinese (Simplified) 青铜时代…
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