[mal-ee-uh-blahyz] /ˈmæl i əˌblaɪz/
verb (used with object), malleablized, malleablizing.
to make (white cast iron) by annealing it so that the carbon is transformed to graphite or removed completely.
[mal-ee-eyt] /ˈmæl iˌeɪt/ verb (used with object), malleated, malleating. 1. to beat or shape with a hammer, as in metalworking.
[mal-ee] /ˈmæl i/ noun 1. any of various dwarf Australian eucalyptuses, as Eucalyptus dumosa and E. oleosa, that sometimes form large tracts of brushwood. 2. the brushwood itself. /ˈmæliː/ noun 1. any of several low shrubby eucalyptus trees that flourish in desert regions of Australia 2. (Austral, informal) the mallee, another name for the bush1 […]
noun 1. an Australian bird, Leipoa ocellata, of variegated gray, brown, white, and black plumage, that lays up to 35 eggs in an incubating mound. noun 1. an Australian megapode, Leipoa ocellata, that allows its eggs to incubate naturally in a sandy mound
- Mallee root
noun 1. (Austral) the rootstock (rhizome) of a mallee tree, often used as fuel