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steel

noun, adjective /stiːl/
(of) a very hard alloy of iron and carbon, used for making tools etc acero tools of the finest steel steel knives/chisels He had a grip of steel (= a very strong grip).
steely adjective
hard, cold, strong or bright like steel duro, frio, fuerte como el acero steely determination.
steeliness noun
acero
steel wool noun
a pad, ball etc of steel shavings used for scouring (pans etc) and polishing. estropajo
steelworks noun singular or plural
a factory where steel is made. fábrica de acero
Translations of “steel”
in Arabic فولاذ, صُلْب…
in Korean 강철…
in Malaysian keluli…
in French (d’)acier…
in Turkish çelik…
in Italian acciaio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鋼…
in Russian сталь…
in Polish stal…
in Vietnamese thép…
in Portuguese aço…
in Thai เหล็ก…
in German der Stahl, Stahl-……
in Catalan acer…
in Japanese 鋼鉄, 鋼(はがね)…
in Indonesian baja…
in Chinese (Simplified) 钢…
(Definition of steel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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