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weld·ment

 (wĕld′mənt)
n.
A unit composed of an assemblage of pieces welded together.
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weldment

(ˈwɛldmənt)
n
(General Engineering) a unit composed of welded pieces
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Noun1.weldment - an assembly of parts welded together
assembly - a group of machine parts that fit together to form a self-contained unit
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