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platinum
American English: /ˈplædənəm/
British English: /ˈplatɪnəm/

Translation of platinum in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • Example sentences
    • Fuel cells contain expensive precious metals like platinum and palladium, they have not been proven to work in extreme weather conditions and the nation's gas stations would need to be reconfigured.
    • This is often a precious metal, although platinum is the metal which is widely used for most catalytic converters.
    • His fund is more than 85% invested in gold-mining shares, with the rest in companies that dig for other precious metals such as platinum and silver.

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