(British aluminium /ˌalyəˈminēəm/)
The chemical element of atomic number 13, a light silvery-gray metal. (Symbol: Al)
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- Modern formal gardens use water in geometric pools and metals like steel and aluminium in structures.
- The other way is to coat the steel surface with a metal compatible with aluminum.
- Officials said materials made of plastic, aluminum, glass and metals will have to be recycled.
early 19th century: from alumin(a) + (i)um.
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