Weld

A fusion of materials, with or without the addition of filler materials.

Weld

The joining of components together by fusing. In thermoplastics, refers to bonding together of the membrane using heat or solvents.
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weld

The process of joining two pieces of metal using very high heat. Rolled gold is formed in this fashion.
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Weld

• (n.) The state of being welded; the joint made by welding. • (v. t.) Fig.: To unite closely or intimately. • (v. t.) To press or beat into intimate and permanent union, as two pieces of iron when heated almost to fusion. • (n.) An herb (Reseda luteola) related to mignonette, growing in Europe, and to some extent in America; dy...
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weld

1. <botany> An herb (Reseda luteola) related to mignonette, growing in Europe, and to some extent in America; dyer's broom; dyer's rocket; dyer's weed; wild woad. It is used by dyers to give a yellow colour. ... Alternative forms: woald, wold, and would. ... 2. Colouring matter or dye extracted from this plant. ... Origin: OE. Welde; akin to ...
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weld

noun a metal joint formed by softening with heat and fusing or hammering together
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WELD

[AM] WELD is an Oldies and Classic rock formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Fisher, West Virginia, serving the Potomac Highlands of West Virginia. WELD is owned and operated by Thunder Associates, LLC. ...
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Weld

[name] Weld is a surname. ==Persons== ...
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Weld

Weld noun [ Middle English welde ; akin to Scot. wald , Prov. German waude , German wau , Dan. & Swedish vau , Dutch wouw .] 1. (Botany) An herb ( Reseda luteola ) related to mignonette, growing in Europe, and to some extent in America; ...
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Weld

Weld transitive verb To wield. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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Weld

A localised coalescence of metals or non-metals produced by heating the materials to the welding temperature, with or without the application of pressure and with or without the use of filler metal.
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weld

Attaching two pieces of ice by preparing the surfaces to be joined, placing them in contact with each other, and adding water to complete the frozen bond. The ice must be at the right temperature for the process to work, unless a refrigerant is applied to the ice. See aluminum welding and marble welding.
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weld

yellow dye; plant from which it is extracted
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weld

[n] - United States abolitionist (1803-1895) 2. [n] - a metal joint formed by softening with heat and fusing or hammering together 3. [v] - join together by heating, as of metals 4. [v] - unite closely or intimately
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