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bronzenoun [C/U]

 us   /brɑnz/
hard, ​brightbrownmetal made of ​copper and ​tin, or a ​statue made of this ​metal
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bronzenoun

uk   /brɒnz/  us   /brɑːnz/
C2 [U] a ​brownmetal made of copper and ​tin: The ​churchbells are made of bronze.
[U] a ​dark orange-brown ​colour, like the ​metal bronze
[C] a statue (= a ​largeartisticobject) made of bronze
C1 [C] (also bronze medal) a ​small, round ​piece of bronze given to a ​person who ​finishes third in a ​competition: He got a bronze in the high ​jump.

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bronzeadjective

uk   /brɒnz/  us   /brɑːnz/
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