noun irid·io–platinum \ī¦ridē(ˌ)ō, ə̇¦r-+\

Definition of iridio–platinum

  1. :  a hard alloy of iridium and platinum

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Origin and Etymology of iridio–platinum

iridio- (from New Latin iridium) + platinum

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