Definition of cold-drawn in English:

cold-drawn

Syllabification: cold-drawn
Pronunciation: /ˌkōldˈdrôn
 
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adjective

(Of metal) drawn out into a wire or bar while cold.
More example sentences
  • Initially used for fencing, these sheets of cold-drawn steel wire, held together in a crosshatch pattern, soon became widely used as reinforcement in slab-on-grade construction, particularly pavement.
  • Numerous industries rely on Timken ® cold-drawn tubing for demanding applications, including automotive, energy and industrial markets.

Derivatives

cold-drawing

noun
More example sentences
  • The following invention refers to an equipment for cold-drawing a metal wire.
  • This appears to mimic the natural silk which is also extruded from the silk worm in a cold-drawing process. part of the nylon polymer molecule nylon polymer molecules cross-linked by hydrogen bonds after cold-drawing

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