metallic element

noun
any of several chemical elements that are usually shiny solids that conduct heat or electricity and can be formed into sheets etc.
Syn: ↑metal
Derivationally related forms: ↑metallic (for: ↑metal), ↑metal (for: ↑metal)
Hypernyms: ↑chemical element, ↑element
Hyponyms:
heavy metal, ↑base metal, ↑noble metal, ↑aluminum, ↑aluminium, ↑Al, ↑atomic number 13, ↑americium, ↑Am, ↑atomic number 95, ↑antimony, ↑Sb, ↑atomic number 51, ↑barium, ↑Ba, ↑atomic number 56, ↑berkelium, ↑Bk, ↑atomic number 97, ↑beryllium, ↑Be, ↑glucinium, ↑atomic number 4, ↑bismuth, ↑Bi, ↑atomic number 83, ↑cadmium, ↑Cd, ↑atomic number 48, ↑calcium, ↑Ca, ↑atomic number 20, ↑californium, ↑Cf, ↑atomic number 98, ↑cerium, ↑Ce, ↑atomic number 58, ↑cesium, ↑caesium, ↑Cs, ↑atomic number 55, ↑chromium, ↑Cr, ↑atomic number 24, ↑cobalt, ↑Co, ↑atomic number 27, ↑copper, ↑Cu, ↑atomic number 29, ↑curium, ↑Cm, ↑atomic number 96, ↑dysprosium, ↑Dy, ↑atomic number 66, ↑einsteinium, ↑Es, ↑E, ↑atomic number 99, ↑erbium, ↑Er, ↑atomic number 68, ↑europium, ↑Eu, ↑atomic number 63, ↑fermium, ↑Fm, ↑atomic number 100, ↑francium, ↑Fr, ↑atomic number 87, ↑gadolinium, ↑Gd, ↑atomic number 64, ↑gallium, ↑Ga, ↑atomic number 31, ↑hafnium, ↑Hf, ↑atomic number 72, ↑holmium, ↑Ho, ↑atomic number 67, ↑indium, ↑In, ↑atomic number 49, ↑iridium, ↑Ir, ↑atomic number 77, ↑iron, ↑Fe, ↑atomic number 26, ↑lanthanum, ↑La, ↑atomic number 57, ↑lead, ↑Pb, ↑atomic number 82, ↑lithium, ↑Li, ↑atomic number 3, ↑lutetium, ↑lutecium, ↑Lu, ↑atomic number 71, ↑magnesium, ↑Mg, ↑atomic number 12, ↑manganese, ↑Mn, ↑atomic number 25, ↑mercury, ↑quicksilver, ↑hydrargyrum, ↑Hg, ↑atomic number 80, ↑molybdenum, ↑Mo, ↑atomic number 42, ↑neodymium, ↑Nd, ↑atomic number 60, ↑neptunium, ↑Np, ↑atomic number 93, ↑nickel, ↑Ni, ↑atomic number 28, ↑niobium, ↑Nb, ↑atomic number 41, ↑osmium, ↑Os, ↑atomic number 76, ↑palladium, ↑Pd, ↑atomic number 46, ↑polonium, ↑Po, ↑atomic number 84, ↑potassium, ↑K, ↑atomic number 19, ↑praseodymium, ↑Pr, ↑atomic number 59, ↑promethium, ↑Pm, ↑atomic number 61, ↑protactinium, ↑protoactinium, ↑Pa, ↑atomic number 91, ↑radium, ↑Ra, ↑atomic number 88, ↑rhenium, ↑Re, ↑atomic number 75, ↑rhodium, ↑Rh, ↑atomic number 45, ↑rubidium, ↑Rb, ↑atomic number 37, ↑ruthenium, ↑Ru, ↑atomic number 44, ↑samarium, ↑Sm, ↑atomic number 62, ↑scandium, ↑Sc, ↑atomic number 21, ↑sodium, ↑Na, ↑atomic number 11, ↑strontium, ↑Sr, ↑atomic number 38, ↑tantalum, ↑Ta, ↑atomic number 73, ↑technetium, ↑Tc, ↑atomic number 43, ↑terbium, ↑Tb, ↑atomic number 65, ↑thallium, ↑Tl, ↑atomic number 81, ↑thorium, ↑Th, ↑atomic number 90, ↑thulium, ↑Tm, ↑atomic number 69, ↑tin, ↑Sn, ↑atomic number 50, ↑titanium, ↑Ti, ↑atomic number 22, ↑tungsten, ↑wolfram, ↑W, ↑atomic number 74, ↑uranium, ↑U, ↑atomic number 92, ↑vanadium, ↑V, ↑atomic number 23, ↑ytterbium, ↑Yb, ↑atomic number 70, ↑yttrium, ↑Y, ↑atomic number 39, ↑zinc, ↑Zn, ↑atomic number 30, ↑zirconium, ↑Zr, ↑atomic number 40, ↑alkali metal, ↑alkaline metal, ↑alkaline earth, ↑alkaline-earth metal

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