Bimetallic

• (a.) Of or relating to, or using, a double metallic standard (as gold and silver) for a system of coins or currency. • (a.) Composed of two different metals; formed of two parts, each of a different metal; as, bimetallic wire; bimetallic thermometer, etc.
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Bimetallic

Bi'me·tal'lic adjective Composed of two different metals; formed of two parts, each of a different metal; as, bimetallic wire; bimetallic thermometer, etc.
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Bimetallic

Bi`me·tal'lic adjective [ Prefix bi- + metallic : confer French bimétallique .] Of or relating to, or using, a double metallic standard (as gold and silver) for a system of coins or currency.
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Bimetallic

Made of two different metals, usually brass and steel, with the idea that their differing rates of expansion and contraction in response to temperature changes will more or less cancel each other out, immunising the component in question (usually a balance-wheel) against overall variation in size an
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