solder

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A spool of solder.

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From Middle English solderen, from Old French solder (Modern French souder) from Latin solidāre, present active infinitive of solidō (make solid).

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solder (plural solders)

  1. Any of various alloys, often of tin and lead, that are used to join small pieces of metal together

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solder (third-person singular simple present solders, present participle soldering, simple past and past participle soldered)

  1. To join with (or as if with) solder.

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Cf. solde.

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solder

  1. to close (a deal)
  2. (finance) to settle, to pay off (debt)
  3. to sell at sales, to have a sale
  4. (reflexive, ~ par) to end up (in), to result (in)

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