weld Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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weldverb [I/T]

 us   /weld/
to join pieces of metal together permanently by melting the parts that touch, or to join one piece of metal to another in this way: [T] Iron spikes were welded to the railing around the embassy.
weld
noun [C]  us   /weld/
A weld on the base of the chair had broken.
welder
noun [C]  us   /ˈwel·dər/
He works as a welder.
Translations of “weld”
in Arabic يَلحِم…
in Korean 용접하다…
in Malaysian mengimpal…
in French souder…
in Turkish kaynak yapmak…
in Italian saldare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 連接金屬, 焊接,鍛接(金屬)…
in Russian сваривать, приваривать…
in Polish spawać…
in Vietnamese hàn…
in Spanish soldar…
in Portuguese soldar…
in Thai เชื่อม…
in German schweißen…
in Catalan soldar…
in Japanese ~を溶接する…
in Indonesian mengelas…
in Chinese (Simplified) 连接金属, 焊接,锻接(金属)…
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