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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “fuse”

fuse

noun [C] (SAFETY PART)
安全部件
 
 
/fjuːz/
a small safety part in an electrical device or piece of machinery which causes it to stop working if the electric current is too high, and so prevents fires or other dangers
保險絲
My hairdrier's stopped working - I think the fuse has blown/ UK alsogone (= broken).
我的吹風機壞了——我想可能是保險絲斷了。
Have you tried changing the fuse?
你有沒試過換根保險絲?
Electrical components and circuitry
(Definition of fuse noun (SAFETY PART) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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