[ US /ˌɪˈɫɛktɹəˌpɫeɪt/ ]
[ UK /ɪlˌɛktɹə‍ʊplˈe‍ɪt/ ]
  1. any artifact that has been plated with a thin coat of metal by electrolysis
  1. coat with metal by electrolysis
    electroplate the watch
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How To Use electroplate In A Sentence

  • The top price in the sale is likely to be achieved by his stylish Hukin and Heath electroplated soup tureen and cover circa 1880.
  • Electroplaters use machinery to coat automotive parts, components and products with fine protective layers made of copper, silver, nickel and/or chromium.
  • He works with all metals including gold and silver and he gets in some old trophies that are made of silver but now increasingly the things he is given are electroplated.
  • Carter and Jacobsen state that their lab has also experimented with other materials such as electroplated metals, ceramics, oxides, silica, and other polymers -- all these materials can create the hollow tube architecture needed for the microlattice. Samita Mohanasundaram: World's Lightest Material: What's Great About It?
  • Indeed it was partly a reaction to mass-production and a decline in standards of design, in which electroplate was perceived to play a major part, that encouraged moves for design reform and the setting up of the Museum.
  • electroplate the watch
  • ‘The current coatings used in Europe right now are primarily chrome bases - electroplated chromium,’ says Kestner.
  • The electroplate manufacturers in North America in the late nineteenth century favored various plain square, oblong, and low round baskets and taller ones on a foot, resembling a compote.
  • Electroplate superseded Sheffield Plate as the way to mass produce silver substitutes.
  • The statuette is made from the alloy Britannia and electroplated in copper, nickel, and silver, then hand-dipped in 24 - karat gold.
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