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Russian translation of “bronze”

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METAL [U] a shiny orange-brown metal
Metals and metalworkingChemical elements
COLOUR [U] an orange-brown colour
цвет бронзы
Less common coloursCommon colours
PRIZE [C] a bronze medal (= a small, round disc given to someone for finishing third in a competition)
бронза (медаль)
He won a bronze in the 200m.Prizes, rewards and medals
Translations of “bronze”
in Korean 동…
in Arabic برونْز…
in French bronze, (couleur) bronze…
in Italian bronzo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 青銅, 古銅色,青銅色, 青銅塑像…
in Turkish tunç, bronz, bronz rengi…
in Polish brąz…
in Spanish bronce, color bronce, talla de bronce…
in Portuguese bronze…
in German die Bronze, bronzefarben, das Bronzekunstwerk…
in Catalan bronze…
in Japanese 青銅, ブロンズ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 青铜, 古铜色,青铜色, 青铜塑像…
(Definition of bronze noun from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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