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German translation of “fuse”

fuse

verb /fjuːz/
to melt (together) as a result of great heat
(ver-)schmelzen
Copper and tin fuse together to make bronze.
(of an electric circuit or appliance) to (cause to) stop working because of the melting of a fuse
durchbrennen
Suddenly all the lights fused She fused all the lights.
fusion /ˈfjuːʒən/ noun the act of melting together
die (Ver-)Schmelzung
fusion of the metal pieces.
a very close joining of things
die Vereinigung
the fusion of his ideas.
(Definition of fuse from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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