Verb(1) reduce or cause to be reduced from a solid to a liquid state, usually by heating(2) become or cause to become soft or liquid(3) become more relaxed, easygoing, or genial(4) lose its distinct outline or shape; blend gradually(5) become less clearly visible or distinguishable; disappear gradually or seemingly(6) become less intense and fade away gradually
Adjective(1) reduced to liquid form by heating
(1) Drinking glasses and bowls were sometimes decorated with trails of molten glass applied to their outer surface.(2) The mills were turning again and the foundries coughed smoke, steam, and gouts of molten metal.(3) Geologists want to know how molten rock forces its way from the core to the surface, where it explodes as lava.(4) Solidification of the molten material into rocks happened as the Earth cooled.(5) Less air is required to burn less fuel, so there is less turbulence on the surface of the molten glass.(6) That then goes into a ceramic shell and the wax is melted out, leaving a cavity into which the molten bronze is poured.(7) On Earth, scientists think the magnetic field is generated by our planet's spinning molten iron core.(8) The furnaces produce molten iron in the initial phase of steel production.(9) Next she set about making the mold for the silver that would soon be a thick, molten liquid.(10) It casts molten silicon in moulds, just as metal components are cast.(11) The bottles are ├ö├ç├┐blown├ö├ç├û by high pressure air forcing a billet of molten plastic into a mould.(12) Watch skilled craftspeople create intricate designs from the intense heat of molten glass.(13) The molten rock rises to the seafloor and cools to form the layer of crust that paves the ocean floor.(14) Light was beginning to touch the clouds on the horizon, turning the edges of the clouds molten silver.(15) One of the most important applications of silicon is its use as a deoxidizer in molten steel.(16) A spectacular form of heat advection occurs when molten rock, or magma, erupts from a volcano.
(1) molten metal :: 溶融金属
2. liquid ::
3. fluid ::
5. flowing ::
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