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fused

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Electrical
fusedfused /fjuːzd/ adjective British English  TEEif a piece of electrical equipment is fused, it is fitted with a fuse
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fusedIt is vital that throughout the installation all positive lines are fused.Once the necessary control has been acquired, the two beings are fused and reach sublime spiritual joy.The bed-posts are made of fused bones - hundreds of them - and the frame of fused ribs and skulls.The fused, bony plates that protect their soft parts make them well-nigh invulnerable.The Deutocerebrum represents the fused ganglia of the antennal Segment.They had two hearts but shared a fused liver and lower bowel.His neck can not move; it is fused rigid.Door bells and shavers etc require a separate fused supply through a transformer.

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