ductile definition

  • adjective:
    • Effortlessly drawn into wire or hammered thin: ductile metals.
    • quickly molded or formed. See Synonyms at malleable.
    • with the capacity of being easily persuaded or influenced; tractable.
    • effective at becoming taken or extended into slim line by mechanical power without breaking.
    • Molded effortlessly into a brand new form.
    • Led easily; vulnerable to follow.
    • Easily led; tractable; complying; producing to motives, persuasion, or training.
    • effective at being elongated or slow, as into wire or threads.
    • easily affected
    • with the capacity of becoming shaped or curved or slow
    • Easily drawn into wire or hammered thin: ductile metals.
    • Easily molded or shaped. See Synonyms at malleable.
    • Capable of being easily persuaded or influenced; tractable.
    • Capable of becoming pulled or extended into thin wire by mechanical power without breaking.
    • shaped quickly into a unique type.
    • Led quickly; at risk of follow.
    • Easily led; tractable; complying; yielding to motives, persuasion, or training.
    • Capable of being elongated or drawn out, as into line or threads.
    • easily influenced
    • effective at being shaped or curved or slow
  • others:
    • Susceptible of being led or drawn; tractable; complying; yielding to persuasion or instruction: as, the ductile mind of youth; a ductile men and women.
    • versatile; flexible.
    • effective at being slow into wire or threads: because, gold is the most ductile of this metals.
    • vulnerable of being led or attracted; tractable; complying; producing to persuasion or instruction: because, the ductile brain of childhood; a ductile people.
    • Flexible; flexible.
    • effective at being slow into line or threads: since, silver is considered the most ductile regarding the metals.

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