Origin of weld1
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Other definitions for weld (2 of 3)
Origin of weld2
Other definitions for weld (3 of 3)
How to use weld in a sentence
The less you bang your thermos around, the longer the welds will hold.Want to Get Outside All Winter? Bring Your Thermos.|AC Shilton|November 29, 2020|Outside Online
Typically, Lassesen says, tears through welds and valve housings cannot be permanently fixed.
“Hard hat…heavy jacket…welding gloves…fish landing net…a sheet…a big Tupperware bin with a lid,” he says.
Oleksander was still in his welding sleeves, carrying his welding mask.
But their main gripe is the stencil-welding spray painter is not actually part of the graffiti world.
She first tried meth as a fifteen-year-old in the welding shop at Los Lunas High School.The Devil’s Drug: The True Story of Meth in New Mexico|Nick Romeo|August 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In high school, he took a job welding radio parts to make extra money to travel abroad.
The lap-welded barrel was standard until 1850, and he got together a battery of trip hammers for forging and welding his barrels.The Wonder Book of Knowledge|Various
I have stood and watched, in the melting-down place, the making and the welding place of the bones of the world.
I have seen engineers go by, pounding on this planet, making it small enough, welding the nations together before my eyes.
The rest of their clan showed up at the foot of the stairs and made a great ruckus while I finished welding the door shut.The Repairman|Harry Harrison
Damage control crews worked steadily for the next seventy-two hours, replacing wiring, welding, and testing.Greylorn|John Keith Laumer