Nickel-plate



[nik-uh l-pleyt] /ˈnɪk əlˈpleɪt/

verb (used with object), nickel-plated, nickel-plating.
1.
to coat with nickel by electroplating or other process.
noun
1.
a thin coating of nickel deposited on the surface of a piece of metal, as by electroplating.
noun
1.
a thin layer of nickel deposited on a surface, usually by electrolysis

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