Part of speech: verb

To unite, as heated metal, in one piece by hammering or pressure.

Part of speech: noun

The act of welding; also, the closed joint so formed.

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Usage examples "weld":

  1. For heaven's sake, let nothing distract you from this, and continue to weld your wings with steadfast courage! - "Correspondence of Wagner and Liszt, Volume 1", Francis Hueffer (translator).
  2. He rested there a few days and then pushed on to Agra, there to execute the projects he had formed for the conquest, the union, the consolidation of the provinces he was resolved to weld into an empire. - "Rulers of India: Akbar", George Bruce Malleson.
  3. It was a cable from Sir Frederick Weld to the effect that he had received instructions from the Colonial Office to proceed without delay to Singapore, where he had been appointed Governor, and where his presence was urgently required. - "The Chronicles of a Gay Gordon", José Maria Gordon.