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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaluminiumal‧u‧min‧i‧um /ˌæləˈmɪniəm/ British English, aluminum /əˈluːmənəm/ American English ●●○ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 HCEa silver-white metal that is very light and is used to make cans, cooking pans, window frames etc. It is a chemical element: symbol Al 🔊 recycled aluminium cans
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aluminiumShould you wish to paint hardwood for the first time, it will be necessary to coat it with an aluminium primer.She hadn't hurt this much since Daddy Deadest was around, playing his games with his willow switches and aluminium rods.I am considering a helpline for those who simply can not stop going into outdoor shops and buying aluminium water bottles.The purity of the subfractions was checked by aluminium lactate starch gel electrophoresis.Wheels in light aluminium, five spokes.A final covering of aluminium foil or carbon paper reduces the risk of detection by X-ray machines.Take 4 large pieces of aluminium foil and place a quarter of the potatoes, onions and apples on each.We have also started to introduce can or aluminium collection centres and are experimenting with collecting plastics.