Definition of mild steel in English:

mild steel

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noun

[mass noun]
Steel which contains only a small percentage of carbon and is strong and easily worked but not readily tempered or hardened.
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  • The high-melting-point solders are suitable for soldering mild steel, stainless steel, nickel, copper, brass, zinc, and silver directly to aluminum.
  • The company plans to produce mild steel, stainless steel, aluminium, copper and brass on the site.
  • These are made of mild steel, stainless steel, or copper, and are placed under the joint and subsequently removed when the weld has been completed.

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