\\sə̇ˈraməl\ noun (-s)
Etymology: ceramic (I) + alloy

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  • ceramal — [sə ram′əl, ser′ə mal΄] n. [< CERAM(IC) + AL(LOY)] CERMET …   English World dictionary

  • ceramal — /seuh ram euhl/, n. cermet. [CERAM(IC) + AL(LOY)] * * * …   Universalium

  • ceramal — noun cermet …   Wiktionary

  • ceramal — ce·ram·al …   English syllables

  • ceramal — /səˈreɪməl/ (say suh raymuhl) noun → cermet. {ceram(ic) + al(loy)} …   Australian-English dictionary

  • cermet — /serr met/, n. a durable, heat resistant alloy formed by compacting and sintering a metal and a ceramic substance, used under conditions of high temperature and stress. Also called ceramal. [1950 55; CER(AMIC) + MET(AL)] * * * …   Universalium

  • cermet — /ˈsɜmət/ (say sermuht) noun a substance consisting of a sintered metal compacted with a ceramic material in order to modify the conductivity or heat resistance of the pure metal, used in high temperature or high strength applications. Also,… …   Australian-English dictionary

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