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noun sil·ver \ˈsil-vər\

Definition of SILVER

:  a white metallic element that is sonorous, ductile, very malleable, capable of a high degree of polish, and chiefly monovalent in compounds, and that has the highest thermal and electric conductivity of any substance—symbol Ag; see element table
April 01, 2015
diapause Hear it
a period of physiological dormancy
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