To liquefy by heat; to render fluid; to dissolve; to melt.
To unite or blend, as if melted together.
To be reduced from a solid to a fluid state by heat; to be melted; to melt.
To be blended, as if melted together.
A tube or casing filled with combustible matter, by means of which a charge of powder is ignited, as in blasting; -- called also fuzee. See Fuze.
a mechanism in a bomb, torpedo, rocket, or artillery shell, usually having an easily detonated explosive charge and activated by the shock of impact, which detonates the main explosive charge. Some fuses may have timing mechanisms, delaying the explosion for a short time, or up to several days after impact. Fuses activated by other mechanisms more sophisticated than impact, such as proximity or heat, are used in modern weapons such as antiaircraft or antimissile missiles.
A slow-burning pyrotechnic normally used to delay the initiation of a detonator.
The part of a firework you light, which then burns slowly to allow you time to "retire" (get away!) before the firework starts. Internal fuses link various parts of the firework and can burn very quickly. All public fireworks normally only have ONE main fuse.
become plastic or fluid or liquefied from heat; "The substances fused at a very high temperature"
make liquid or plastic by heating; "The storm fused the electric mains"
Weld of thermoplastic materials by heating to point just above that at which they soften.
The process of heat bonding glass together.
mixing the genes; sharing of the ablities.
mix together different elements; "The colors blend well"
To mix or blend together.
Fuse is a Canadian radio program, which airs on CBC Radio One and on CBC Radio 3's satellite radio channel. Each week, the program pairs two (occasionally three) Canadian musicians for an hour-long concert in which the artists collaborate on a mix of material by all of the involved artists as well as cover songs.