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silicate

sil·i·cate

silicate

pronunciation:
sI lih kiht [or] sI lih keIt
part of speech: noun
definition: a chemical salt containing silicon, oxygen, and a metal, that is found in most rock and is used to make glass and bricks.
derivations: silicated (adj.), silication (n.)