metallo-


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metallo-

or metall- or metalli-
pref.
Metal: metallography.

[From Latin metallum, metal; see metal.]

metallo-

combining form
(Chemistry) denoting metal: metallography; metalloid; metallurgy.
[from Greek metallon]

metallo-

a combining form representing metal: metallography.
Also, metalli-; before a vowel, metall-.
[< Greek, comb. form of métallon]
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