fused

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fused

  1. simple past tense and past participle of fuse

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fused (not comparable)

  1. Joined together by fusing
  2. Melted
    • 1908, Thomas Edward Thorpe, "The Centenary of Davy's Discovery of the Metals of the Alkalis" The Chemical News and Journal of Physical Science Vol. 97, No. 2527, pp. 210-211.
      To-day, sodium is made by thousands of tons, and by a process which in principle is identical with that by which it was first made by Davy, i.e., by the electrolysis of fused caustic soda.
  3. Furnished with a fuse
  4. (organic chemistry) Having at least one bond between two atoms that is part of two or more separate rings

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