Also called cinder. the more or less completely fused and vitrified matter separated during the reduction of a metal from its ore.
the scoria from a volcano.
waste left over after the re-sorting of coal.
verb (used with object), slagged, slagging.
to convert into slag.
Metallurgy. to remove slag from (a steel bath).
verb (used without object), slagged, slagging.
to form slag; become a slaglike mass.
Also called cinder. the fused material formed during the smelting or refining of metals by combining the flux with gangue, impurities in the metal, etc. It usually consists of a mixture of silicates with calcium, phosphorus, sulphur, etc See also basic slag
a mass of rough fragments of pyroclastic rock and cinders derived from a volcanic eruption; scoria
a mixture of shale, clay, coal dust, and other mineral waste produced during coal mining
(Brit, slang) a coarse or dissipated girl or woman
verb slags, slagging, slagged
(transitive) (Brit, slang) (usually foll by off) to abuse (someone) verbally
(intransitive) (Austral, slang) to spit
The vitreous mass left as a residue by the smelting of metallic ore. It consists mostly of the siliceous and aluminous impurities from the iron ore.
- Slag heap
noun 1. a hillock of waste matter from coal mining, etc
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adjective 1. airborne.
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noun, adjective 1. a jocular name for a nonexistent, unknown, or unimportant colour