- to unite (metal objects) at high temperatures by applying any of various nonferrous solders.
Origin of braze2
Examples from the Web for brazer
Mr. Brazer's establishment, which was known as a "variety store," came in for the best part of this trade.Great Fortunes, and How They Were Made
James D. McCabe, Jr.
Brazer refused at first; but, after a bit, agreed to let Standish keep the dog for a time.Johnny Ludlow, Sixth Series
Mrs. Henry Wood
After Mr. Brazer's death the store was moved across the street, where it still remains, forming the ell of Gerrish's block.
- to decorate with, make like, or make of brass
- to make like brass, as in hardness
- (tr) to make a joint between (two metal surfaces) by fusing a layer of brass or high-melting solder between them
- the high-melting solder or alloy used in brazing
Word Origin and History for brazer
"to expose to the action of fire," 1580s, perhaps from French braser "to solder," in Old French, "to burn," related to brese "embers" (see braise). Related: Brazed; brazing.
"to make of or cover in brass," Old English brasian "to do work in brass, make of brass," from bræs (see brass). Cf. glaze from glass.