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weld·er

 (wĕl′dər)
n.
1. also wel·dor (-dər) A person who welds, especially as a profession.
2. A device that is used for welding.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.welder - joins pieces of metal by welding them togetherwelder - joins pieces of metal by welding them together
artisan, journeyman, artificer, craftsman - a skilled worker who practices some trade or handicraft
spot welder, spot-welder - a welder who does spot welding
Translations
لَحّام، عامِل لِحام
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welder

[ˈweldə>ʳ] Nsoldador(a) m/f

welder

[ˈwɛldər] n (= person) → soudeur m

welder

n (= person)Schweißer(in) m(f); (= machine)Schweißapparat m, → Schweißgerät nt

welder

[ˈwɛldəʳ] n (person) → saldatore m

weld

(weld) verb
to join (pieces of metal) by pressure, often using heat, electricity etc.
noun
a joint made by welding.
ˈwelder noun
References in classic literature ?
Here too dwelt those famous smelters and welders who had made the Bordeaux steel the most trusty upon earth, and could give a temper to lance or to sword which might mean dear life to its owner.
Job seekers across the country hardly have welding as one of their options on the job market even though working as a welder presents a unique opportunity and a chance for interested individuals to work in one of the most stable, highly respected, and a good-paying job.
Casao worked in New Caledonia in 2008 at the world's largest nickel mining project and today, she is working as a combination welder for the JG Summit petrochemical plant expansion project in Batangas, along with 4,000 other AG&P laborers.
As a distribution partner, Rockford Systems will provide sales, installation and technical support on the revolutionary Soft Touch Pinch-Point Safety System for spot welder and pneumatic riveter customers, designed to enhance worker safety and help avoid pinch-point injuries.
Summary: Welder woke up to go to work but found himself stuck as doors were locked by the suspect
Studies [6-9] have shown that electromagnetic field from all protection zone ranges could be present in the vicinity of HF welders and the personnel not only related with the welder service and operation, but just passing by or having a workplace located near the welding machine could be subjected to EMF exposure with EMF levels significant from the point of view of labor safety [3].
There are many welding types available today, but for the beginning welder, there are three kinds you should consider.
"Our slogan was, 'Three years, five plays, pass it on,"' says playwright Gwydion Suilebhan, an original Welder who works as director of brand and marketing for D.C.'s Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company.
Branson Ultrasonics, a business of Emerson, says its new GLX-3 laser welder delivers clean, high-speed welding of large-format plastic parts with more complex geometries to meet the growing needs of automotive, appliance, medical, filtration, and other applications that require particulate-free welds with superior aesthetic quality.
To fill the growing number of available jobs in a market where the workforce has shrunk considerably over the past 30 years, you need to eliminate the disconnect that exists between employers, education and prospective employees, and help all parties understand there is a distinct difference between a trained welder and an educated one.
It depends on the data you're using.AaAaAeAeAaAeAeA (http://swz.salary.com/SalaryWizard/Welder-II-Salary-Details.aspx?&fromevent=swz.jobdetails.free Salary.com shows that the median annual salary for philosophy instructors comes in at about $42,000, while an intermediate-level welder makes about $41,000.