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mol·ten

 (mōl′tən)
adj.
1. Made liquid by heat; melted: molten lead.
2. Made by melting and casting in a mold.
3. Brilliantly glowing, from or as if from intense heat: "A huge red bed of coals blazed and quivered with molten fury" (Richard Wright).
v. Archaic
A past participle of melt.

molten

(ˈməʊltən)
adj
1. liquefied; melted: molten lead.
2. made by having been melted: molten casts.
vb
the past participle of melt

mol•ten

(ˈmoʊl tn)

v.
1. a pp. of melt 1 .
adj.
2. liquefied by heat; being in a state of fusion.
3. produced by melting and casting.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.molten - reduced to liquid form by heatingmolten - reduced to liquid form by heating; "a mass of molten rock"
liquified, melted, liquid - changed from a solid to a liquid state; "rivers filled to overflowing by melted snow"

molten

adjective melted, soft, flowing, liquid, fluid, liquefied The molten metal is poured into the mould.
Translations
مَصْهور، مُنْصَهِر
roztavený
megolvadtolvadt
bræddur
išlydytasišsilydęs
izkausētskausēts
roztavený
erimiş

molten

[ˈməʊltən] ADJfundido, derretido; [lava] → líquido

molten

[ˈməʊltən] adj [rock, metal, glass] → fondu(e)

molten

adjgeschmolzen; glass, lavaflüssig

molten

[ˈməʊltn] adj (metal) → fuso/a; (lava) → allo stato liquido

molten

(məultən) adjective
(of a solid) in a liquid state, having been melted. molten rock.