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Italian translation of “fuse”

fuse

verb   /fjuːz/ UK
If a piece of electrical equipment fuses , or if you fuse it, it stops working because there is too much electricity going through it.
(far) saltare, fulminare
You’ve fused the lights .
(Definition of fuse verb from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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