aluminum bronze


noun

any of several alloys containing a high percentage of copper with from 5 to 11 percent aluminum and varying amounts of iron, nickel, manganese, and other elements.

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Also called al·bronze [al-bronz] /ˈælˌbrɒnz/ .

Origin of aluminum bronze

First recorded in 1870–80
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