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Noun
/ˈpôrs(ə)lən/,
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porcelains, plural;
  1. A white vitrified translucent ceramic; china

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  3. Such articles collectively
    • - a collection of Chinese porcelain

  1. ceramic ware made of a more or less translucent ceramic
  2. Porcelain is a ceramic material made by heating raw materials, generally including clay in the form of kaolin, in a kiln to temperatures between and . ...
  3. Porcelain is the second album by the band Sparta. It was released on July 13, 2004 on Geffen Records and peaked at #60 on the Billboard 200. The first single released from the album was "Breaking the Broken".
  4. Porcelain is Fuel's third EP. The self-released compact disc sold over 5,000 copies. It was recorded, mixed and produced by Randy Lane and Carl Bell.
  5. Californication is the seventh studio album by American alternative rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers, released on June 8, 1999 on Warner Bros. Records. ...
  6. "Porcelain" is a song by electronica artist Moby, featured as the third track and released as the sixth single from his album Play. It was released on June 12, 2000 in the UK, and reached number 5 in the UK charts, Moby's highest chart position there to date. The U.S. ...
  7. a hard, white, translucent ceramic that is made by firing kaolin and other materials; china; anything manufactured from this material
  8. A ceramic, tooth-colored material that fuses at high temperatures to form a hard, enamel-like substance.
  9. To dream of porcelain, signifies you will have favorable opportunities of progressing in your affairs. To see it broken or soiled, denotes mistakes will be made which will cause grave offense.
  10. Porcelain tile is made up of 50% feldspar and is fired at a much higher temperature than regular ceramic tile. This makes porcelain tile much harder and more dense than other tile products. ...
  11. a hard, glass-like material that can be tinted to duplicate individual tooth color used in restorations to give the look of a natural tooth.
  12. white, hard, permanent, nonporous pottery having translucence, which is resonant when, struck. Porcelain was first made by the Chinese to withstand the great heat generated in certain parts of their kilns. ...
  13. A clay body that requires a high fire to become vitreous.
  14. White ceramic ware that consists of quartz, kaolin, and feldspar. It is fired at high temperature on steel or cast iron to make the surface of some bathtubs, kitchen sinks, and bathroom lavatories.
  15. True porcelain was being made in China and Korea around 960 AD. Porcelain is a combination of kaolin (a pure, white, primary clay), silica and feldspar. A unique aspect of porcelain is that it can be worked as clay, but when fired properly reaches a state similar to glass. ...
  16. A special type of clay mix that makes pure white translucent ceramics
  17. The finest of all ceramics, it retains its strength even when very thin. Photographs of deceased were affixed onto monuments in porcelain frames or lockets.
  18. Translucent white ceramic body made from kaolin and petuntse (hard-paste) or another ingredient that induces translucency (soft-paste) fired at high temperatures.
  19. Porcelain is a hard, translucent ceramic body that is vitreous or semi-vitreous and is made with feldspathic minerals. Hard-paste porcelain is fired around 1450ºC while soft-paste porcelain is fired around 1200ºC. It is a hard, non-porous, waterproof ceramic body. ...
  20. Ceramics with a vitrified body originally made from petuntse (feldspathic rock) and kaolin fired at a very high temperature.
  21. a hard, high-fired, fine-grained clay body which is glassy-white and sometimes translucent.
  22. High fired vitreous claybody containing kaolin, silica, fluxes, and often ball clay to increase plasticity, with total clay component not more than 50%.  Usually pure white or “eggshell” in color, some porcelains may fire translucent where thin.
  23. Restorative material of various types of fused (molten) glasses. Used to make teeth, facings, jackets and dentures.
  24. A white translucent ceramic, usually glazed, fired to a temperature of 1280 degrees Celsius or higher. Various materials were used to make porcelain. ...
  25. Porcelain is a dense and delicate material. It’s famous for its translucency and bright white colour. Kaolinite, feldspar and quartz are the basic ingredients for most of  hard-paste porcelains.