How to Pronounce alloy?

Correct pronunciation for the word "alloy" is [ˈalɔ͡ɪ], [ˈalɔ‍ɪ], [ˈa_l_ɔɪ].

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"Alloy" in context

An alloy is a combination of two or more metals, and they are often used because they have favourable properties over the individual metals they are made from. Alloys are usually harder and stronger than the metals they are comprised of, and they often offer improved corrosion resistance. Steel, brass and bronze are the three most common types of alloys in use today.

Steel is an alloy of iron and other metals like nickel, chromium or manganese that makes it hard, resistant to corrosion and has the ability to be heat-treated.

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