Consisting of two metals, often bonded together and having different rates of thermal expansion.(adjective)
Of, based on, or using the principles of bimetallism.(adjective)
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Use "bimetallic" in a sentence
"It recognizes the futility of instituting a bimetallic system of currency, when the whole world is in opposition, and considers that such an act would be inimical to the welfare of the country."
"It does take a while for copper and steel to react with bimetallic corrosion and moisture is required."
"The Qing's monetary system was a bimetallic system of parallel standard in which silver and copper coins circulated. 144 Silver was usually used in large transactions and copper cash served in daily small deals."