(cause to) melt in great heat; make into one whole
short piece of wire that melts and breaks the circuit if the current exceeds a safe level
piece of easily burnt material along which a spark moves to ignite a firework, bomb, etc. so that it explodes
"The colors blend well"
"The substances fused at a very high temperature"
"The storm fused the electric mains"
He felt like someone who had lit a long fuse to a barrel of gun powder.
出自： I. Murdoch
Bombs equipped with photo cells, magnetic and proximity fuses, and vibration detectors that would set off the charge if you so much as looked at it.
As by fierce heat, the chains be fused apart.
出自： B. Taylor
The bomb, placed in a cinema and fused to go off during a charity performance.
出自： L. Durrell
革命者火热的心融合在一起。 fuse sth into sth
We can fuse the various ingredients into glass.
The author skillfully fuses these fragments into a cohesive whole.
The broken part must fuse with the rest of the bone before you can walk again.
必须等断骨长合以后,你方能走路。 fuse sth with sth
The bottom of the candle is fused with its holder.