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Translation of "fuse" - English-Turkish dictionary

fuse

noun [C]     /fjuːz/
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
a small object that stops electrical equipment working if there is too much electricity going through it elektrik sigortası The fuse has blown. You'll have to change it. a fuse box Electrical components and circuitry
BOMB
the part of a bomb or other explosive object that starts the explosion bomba/patlayıcı düzeneğinde patlatıcı parça, fitil, fünye Light the fuse, and then stand back.Explosives in generalBombs and missiles
Translations of “fuse”
in Arabic فيوز…
in Korean 퓨즈…
in Malaysian sumbu…
in French détonateur…
in Italian fusibile, valvola…
in Chinese (Traditional) 安全部件, 保險絲…
in Russian предохранитель, пробка, запал…
in Polish bezpiecznik, zapalnik…
in Vietnamese ngòi nổ, kíp nổ…
in Spanish mecha, espoleta…
in Portuguese fusível…
in Thai ฟิวส์…
in German der Zünder…
in Catalan fusible, plom…
in Japanese ヒューズ…
in Indonesian sumbu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 安全部件, 保险丝…
(Definition of fuse noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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