1. Chemistry. a hard, silvery-white, ductile and malleable metallic element, allied to iron and cobalt, not readily oxidized: used chiefly in alloys, in electroplating, and as a catalyst in organic synthesis. Symbol:Ni; atomic weight:5
8.71; atomic number:28; specific gravity:
8.9 at 20°C.
2. a cupronickel coin of the U.S., the 20th part of a dollar, equal to five cents.
3. a nickel coin of Canada, the 20th part of a dollar, equal to five cents. verb (used with object), nickeled, nicke
"tins can be nickel at rupees."
"sources can be nickel for mills."
"percents can be nickel in/at/on percents."
"percents can be nickel in currencies."
"prices can be nickel."
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