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  1. metamorphism

    • IPA[ˌmedəˈmôrfizəm]

    美式

    • n.
      alteration of the composition or structure of a rock by heat, pressure, or other natural agency
    • noun: metamorphism

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. alteration of the composition or structure of a rock by heat, pressure, or other natural agency:

      all the rocks were subjected to several phases of metamorphism and deformation

    • n. metamorphism due to contact with or proximity to an igneous intrusion.

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    • n. metamorphism produced by mechanical forces.

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    • n. metamorphism affecting rocks over an extensive area as a result of the large-scale action of heat and pressure.

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    • n. metamorphism produced by mechanical forces.

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    • n. metamorphism due to contact with or proximity to an igneous intrusion.

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    • n. metamorphism affecting rocks over an extensive area as a result of the large-scale action of heat and pressure.

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    • IPA[mɛtəˈmɔːfɪz(ə)m]

    英式

    • n.
      alteration of the composition or structure of a rock by heat, pressure, or other natural agency:
    • all the rocks were subjected to several phases of metamorphism and deformation

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