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  1. clay

    • IPA[kleɪ]

    英式

    • n.
      a stiff, sticky fine-grained earth that can be moulded when wet, and is dried and baked to make bricks, pottery, and ceramics;sediment with particles smaller than silt, typically less than 0.002 mm.
    • noun: clay, plural noun: clays

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    • 1. a stiff, sticky fine-grained earth that can be moulded when wet, and is dried and baked to make bricks, pottery, and ceramics the soil is mainly clay a clay soil
    • technical sediment with particles smaller than silt, typically less than 0.002 mm.
    • a hardened clay surface for a tennis court she won more matches on clay than any other player
    • literary the substance of the human body this lifeless clay
    • 2. a European moth with yellowish-brown wings.
    • n.
      another term for kaolin

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    • n.
      a tobacco pipe made of hardened clay.

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    • n.
      malleable clay used for making three-dimensional models: bring your own drawing materials or modeling clay

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    • n.
      another term for till

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    • ph.
      (1777–1852), US politician, statesman, and orator; nicknamed the Great Pacificator and the ...

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    • ph.
      see Muhammad Ali

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    • n.
      a saucer-shaped piece of baked clay or other material thrown up in the air from a trap as a ... clay pigeon shooting

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    • ph.
      see Muhammad Ali

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    • IPA[klā]

    美式

    • n.
      a stiff, sticky fine-grained earth, typically yellow, red, or bluish-gray in color and often ...

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