Meaning of TITANIUM in English

n. Chem. a grey metallic element occurring naturally in many clays etc., and used to make strong light alloys that are resistant to corrosion.


Symb.: Ti.

Phrases and idioms:

titanium dioxide (or oxide) a white oxide occurring naturally and used as a white pigment.

Etymology: Gk (as TITAN) + -IUM, after uranium

Oxford English vocab.      Оксфордский английский словарь.