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braze

to solder metals together
Not to be confused with:
brace – a clamp; a support for a bodily part; a device that holds something erect
braise – to brown and then cook slowly

braze 1

 (brāz)
tr.v. brazed, braz·ing, braz·es
1. To make of or decorate with brass.
2. To make hard like brass.

[Middle English brasen, from Old English brasian, from bræs, brass.]

braze 2

 (brāz)
tr.v. brazed, braz·ing, braz·es
To solder (two pieces of metal) together using a hard solder with a high melting point.

[Probably from French braser, from Old French, to burn, from brese, hot coal, of Germanic origin; see bhreu- in Indo-European roots.]

braz′er n.

braze

(breɪz)
vb (tr)
1. (Metallurgy) to decorate with, make like, or make of brass
2. to make like brass, as in hardness
[Old English bræsen, from bræs brass]

braze

(breɪz)
vb
(General Engineering) (tr) to make a joint between (two metal surfaces) by fusing a layer of brass or high-melting solder between them
n
(General Engineering) the high-melting solder or alloy used in brazing
[C16: from Old French: to burn, of Germanic origin; see braise]
ˈbrazer n

braze1

(breɪz)

v.t. brazed, braz•ing.
1. to make of brass.
2. to cover or ornament with or as if with brass.
3. to make brasslike.
[before 1000; Middle English brasen, Old English bræsian; see brass]

braze2

(breɪz)

v.t. brazed, braz•ing.
to unite (metal objects) at high temperatures by applying any of various nonferrous solders.
[1575–85; < French braser, akin to braise live coals; see braise]
braz′er, n.

braze


Past participle: brazed
Gerund: brazing

Imperative
braze
braze
Present
I braze
you braze
he/she/it brazes
we braze
you braze
they braze
Preterite
I brazed
you brazed
he/she/it brazed
we brazed
you brazed
they brazed
Present Continuous
I am brazing
you are brazing
he/she/it is brazing
we are brazing
you are brazing
they are brazing
Present Perfect
I have brazed
you have brazed
he/she/it has brazed
we have brazed
you have brazed
they have brazed
Past Continuous
I was brazing
you were brazing
he/she/it was brazing
we were brazing
you were brazing
they were brazing
Past Perfect
I had brazed
you had brazed
he/she/it had brazed
we had brazed
you had brazed
they had brazed
Future
I will braze
you will braze
he/she/it will braze
we will braze
you will braze
they will braze
Future Perfect
I will have brazed
you will have brazed
he/she/it will have brazed
we will have brazed
you will have brazed
they will have brazed
Future Continuous
I will be brazing
you will be brazing
he/she/it will be brazing
we will be brazing
you will be brazing
they will be brazing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been brazing
you have been brazing
he/she/it has been brazing
we have been brazing
you have been brazing
they have been brazing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been brazing
you will have been brazing
he/she/it will have been brazing
we will have been brazing
you will have been brazing
they will have been brazing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been brazing
you had been brazing
he/she/it had been brazing
we had been brazing
you had been brazing
they had been brazing
Conditional
I would braze
you would braze
he/she/it would braze
we would braze
you would braze
they would braze
Past Conditional
I would have brazed
you would have brazed
he/she/it would have brazed
we would have brazed
you would have brazed
they would have brazed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.braze - solder together by using hard solder with a high melting point
solder - join or fuse with solder; "solder these two pipes together"
Translations

braze

[breɪz] VTsoldar
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