[ verb ] mix together different elements
"The colors blend well" "fuse the clutter of detail into a rich narrative"--A. Schlesinger
Used in print(Tristram P. Coffin, "Folklore in the American Twentieth...)
Nor have we remembered that in the melting_pot of America the hundreds of isolated and semi isolated ethnic , regional and occupational groups did not fuse into a homogeneous national unit until long after education and industrialization had caused them to cast oral tradition aside as a means of carrying culturally significant material .(Clement Greenberg, "Collage" in his Art and...)
The process of flattening seemed inexorable , and it became necessary to emphasize the surface still further in_order to prevent it from fusing with the illusion .(Glayds H. Barr, The Master of Geneva....)
Anger and fear fused in John .
[ verb ] become plastic or fluid or liquefied from heat
"The substances fused at a very high temperature"
Used in print(Francis J. Johnston and John E. Willard, "The...)
The silver_chloride was fused under vacuum in the presence of aluminum chips with the resultant product of * * f which was sublimed into a flask on the vacuum line .
[ noun ] (physics,electricity) electrical device that can interrupt the flow of electrical current when it is overloaded
Used in print(Edward Streeter, The Chairman of the Bored....)
Before you use ' em the light company 's got to run in a heavy line and you 'll need a new fuse box for the extra circuits .
[ verb ] make liquid or plastic by heating
"The storm fused the electric mains"