What Does Malleable Mean?

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Malleable is a property of a material that makes it to yield easily into shape through rolling or hammering. A Malleable mineral is one whose slice will flatten when hit with a hammer.
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mal·le·a·ble
[mal-ee-uh-buhl]
ADJECTIVE
1.
capable of being extended or shaped by hammering or by pressure from rollers.
2.
adaptable or tractable: the malleable mind of a child.
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The word malleable is an adjective that describes the quality of or being capable of being shaped or formed by application of pressure such as by hammering. Malleable can also describe a human quality of being able to adjust to changing circumstances.
When a substance is malleable it is able to be molded into something. A good example of a substance that is malleable is clay. When water is added to clay, it can be molded.
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