fuse

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Synonyms for fuse

Synonyms for fuse

to change from a solid to a liquid

to put together into one mass so that the constituent parts are more or less homogeneous

Synonyms for fuse

an electrical device that can interrupt the flow of electrical current when it is overloaded

any igniter that is used to initiate the burning of a propellant

become plastic or fluid or liquefied from heat

equip with a fuse

Antonyms

make liquid or plastic by heating

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Fuzes rapid growth over the past few years is proof of effective execution of its growth strategy.
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These MEMS fuzes do something else: harvest energy.
specifically states that if fuze safing devices are not present, or if an armed indication is present, the fuze is considered partially armed or armed.
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We believe the JPF is the most reliable bomb fuze in the US military's arsenal.
Like the artillery projectile, the mortar round is moving from an era where fuzes were relatively cheap to a time when users are demanding ever more sophisticated operating modes.
SSgt Michael Monroe was directing his crew of eight in removing FMU-139 tail fuzes from MK-82 general-purpose bombs when a crewmember notified him that some of the fuzes were difficult to remove.
4) of National Defense struck me, because fuzes have been an important part of my engineering career since 1947.
Orbital ATK produced 4,779 PGK fuzes under the low-rate initial production contract and has transitioned to full-rate production to support the current program needs.
Delivery of fuzes is anticipated to occur in 2015 and 2016.
The key here is the problem posed by fuzes not detonating as expected.
The sub-sector, in this case, is the portion of our industrial base that designs and builds fuzes.