- vt. 焊接；使结合；使成整体
- vi. 焊牢
- n. 焊接；焊接点
- n. (Weld)人名；(英)韦尔德
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- weld:  Weld is ultimately the same verb as well (as in ‘The tears welled up in his eyes’). This originally meant ‘boil, melt’, but in the 15th century (perhaps under the influence of Swedish välla ‘gush, weld’) it began to be used for ‘fuse metal by heating’. Weld itself presumably arose from the use of the past form welled as a present form.
- weld (n.2)
- "joint formed by welding," 1831, from weld (v.).
- weld (v.)
- 1590s, "unite or consolidate by hammering or compression, often after softening by heating," alteration of well (v.) "to boil, rise;" influenced by past participle form welled. Related: Welded; welding.
- weld (n.1)
- plant (Resedo luteola) producing yellow dye, late 14c., from Old English *wealde, perhaps a variant of Old English wald "forest" (see wold). Spanish gualda, French gaude are Germanic loan-words.
- 1. to weld a broken axle
- 2. She has both the authority and the personality to weld the party together.
- 3. Where did you learn to weld?
- 4. They will also be used on factory floors to weld things together.
- 5. It's possible to weld stainless steel to ordinary steel.
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