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ingot

noun as in block of metal

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Essentially, this translated to a Spanish crown’s near-monopoly on the transatlantic trade route that covered not only coins and ingots of silver and gold but also a wealth of other valuable items like emeralds and pearls.

Once impurities are removed from the molten metal, workers mold the aluminum into ingots, pieces of pure metal ready for the market.

These specimens were claimed to be aboriginal, but whether the marks were cast or stamped in the ingot is not stated.

The Lydians began coinage by stamping with a punch each ingot or nugget of gold or silver, or a mixture of them called “Electrum.”

Steel-ingot production fell in the spring of 1919 to lower figures than had been reached in more than two years.

Sometimes the silver takes the bar or ingot shape, and is then termed Nen.

At intervals the steel is tapped off from the furnace and run into ingot-moulds, the same as with the other process.

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On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ingot, such as: bar, block, and mold.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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