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bronze

noun, adjective /bronz/
(of) an alloy of copper and tin
bronce
The medal is (made of) bronze.
(of) its reddish brown colour/color
color bronce
bronze eye shadow.
(a work of art) made of bronze
talla de bronce
an exhibition of bronzes.
bronzed adjective suntanned
bronceado
a bronzed face.
bronze medal noun in athletics competitions, the medal awarded as third prize
medalla de bronce
She won a bronze medal at the Olympics.
(Definition of bronze from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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