braze

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[ breyz ]
/ breɪz /

verb (used with object), brazed, braz·ing. Metallurgy.

to unite (metal objects) at high temperatures by applying any of various nonferrous solders.

Origin of braze

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1575–85; < French braser to solder (MF), burn (Old French) < Germanic; compare Swedish brasa, Danish brase to roast; see braise

Related forms

braz·er, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for brazers (1 of 2)

braze

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/ (breɪz) /

verb (tr)

to decorate with, make like, or make of brass
to make like brass, as in hardness

Word Origin for braze

Old English bræsen, from bræs brass

British Dictionary definitions for brazers (2 of 2)

braze

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/ (breɪz) /

verb

(tr) to make a joint between (two metal surfaces) by fusing a layer of brass or high-melting solder between them

noun

the high-melting solder or alloy used in brazing

Derived Forms

brazer, noun

Word Origin for braze

C16: from Old French: to burn, of Germanic origin; see braise
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