- n. 青铜；青铜色；青铜制品；铜牌
- adj. 青铜制的；青铜色的
- vt. 使成青铜色
- [U]青铜 alloy of copper and tin
- [U]青铜色,赤褐色 color of bronze; reddish-brown
- [C]青铜艺术品; 铜牌 work of art, e.g. a statue, made of bronze; medal awarded as third prize in a competition or race
an alloy of copper and tin and sometimes other elements; also any copper-base alloy containing other elements in place of tin
a sculpture made of bronze
of the color of bronze
made from or consisting of bronze
give the color and appearance of bronze to something;
"bronze baby shoes"
get a tan, from wind or sun
- The statue is made of bronze.
- We fuse copper and tin to make bronze.
- The woods today are burnished bronze.
- The sanctuary lamp and the metal furniture were bronze.
- He won three golds and a bronze.
- The sculpture was a bronze cast.
- There will be a display of bronze statuary in this museum next week.
- Remaining bits of bronze sank away from sight.
- Bronze hyperpigmentation is seen in hemochromatosis and arsenic intoxication.
- His face had been bronzed by the sun.
- This statue is made of bronze.
- There is too much yellow in the picture; it would look much better if the yellow is changed to bronze.
- The swimmer won a bronze in the free style.