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berylliumnoun [U]

 /bəˈrɪl·i·əm/
chemistry a hard, ​light, ​graychemicalelement that is a ​metal and is used to make ​strongalloys (= ​mixtures of ​metals)
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berylliumnoun [U]

uk   /bəˈrɪl.i.əm/  us   /bəˈrɪl.i.əm/ (symbol Be)
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