steelworks

[steel-wurks]
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noun, plural steel·works. (used with a singular or plural verb)

an establishment where steel is made and often manufactured into girders, rails, etc.

Origin of steelworks

steel + works

steelwork

[steel-wurk]

noun

steel parts or articles.
the steel frame or superstructure of a building, bridge, etc.

Origin of steelwork

First recorded in 1675–85; steel + work
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Historical Examples of steelworks

  • But she has made up for it by utilizing a by-product of her steelworks.

    Creative Chemistry

    Edwin E. Slosson


British Dictionary definitions for steelworks

steelworks

noun

(functioning as singular or plural) a plant in which steel is made from iron ore and rolled or forged into blooms, billets, bars, or sheets
Derived Formssteelworker, noun

steelwork

noun

a frame, foundation, or building, or article made of steelthe steelwork of a skyscraper
Derived Formssteelworking, noun
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