iridise

/ˈɪrədaɪz/ (say 'iruhduyz), /ˈaɪ-/ (say 'uy-)

verb (t) (iridised, iridising)
to cover with iridium.
Also, iridize. –iridisation /ˌɪrədaɪˈzeɪʃən/ (say .iruhduy'zayshuhn), /ˌaɪ-/ (say .uy-), noun

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • Iridise — (Brit.) v. make iridescent, to turn colorful and shining with all the colors of the rainbow; cover with iridium (also Iridize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Iridised — Iridise (Brit.) v. make iridescent, to turn colorful and shining with all the colors of the rainbow; cover with iridium (also Iridize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Iridises — Iridise (Brit.) v. make iridescent, to turn colorful and shining with all the colors of the rainbow; cover with iridium (also Iridize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Iridising — Iridise (Brit.) v. make iridescent, to turn colorful and shining with all the colors of the rainbow; cover with iridium (also Iridize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • iridize — iridization, n. /ir i duyz , uy ri /, v.t., iridized, iridizing. to cover with iridium. Also, esp. Brit., iridise. [1860 65; IRID + IZE] * * * …   Universalium

  • iridium — noun A metallic chemical element (symbol Ir) with an atomic number of 77. See Also: iridescence, iridin, iridiosmium, iridise, iridize, iris …   Wiktionary

  • Iridize — (Amer.) v. make iridescent, to turn colorful and shining with all the colors of the rainbow; cover with iridium (also Iridise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Iridized — Iridize (Amer.) v. make iridescent, to turn colorful and shining with all the colors of the rainbow; cover with iridium (also Iridise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Iridizes — Iridize (Amer.) v. make iridescent, to turn colorful and shining with all the colors of the rainbow; cover with iridium (also Iridise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Iridizing — Iridize (Amer.) v. make iridescent, to turn colorful and shining with all the colors of the rainbow; cover with iridium (also Iridise) …   English contemporary dictionary

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