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verdigris
American English: /ˈvərdəˌɡris/
British English: /ˈvəːdɪɡriː/
, /ˈvəːdɪɡriːs/

Translation of verdigris in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • Example sentences
    • Finishes range from antique brass and antique copper to bright brass, black and verdigris.
    • True verdigris is actually a coating of cupric carbonate formed by weathering on copper, brass and bronze from age.
    • Over the next few seasons the high sheen would fade, gradually achieving that beautiful, soft verdigris of aged copper.

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