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Synonyms for melt

Synonyms for melt

to change from a solid to a liquid

to disappear gradually by or as if by dispersal of particles

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Synonyms for melt

the process whereby heat changes something from a solid to a liquid

reduce or cause to be reduced from a solid to a liquid state, usually by heating

become or cause to become soft or liquid

become more relaxed, easygoing, or genial

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lose its distinct outline or shape

become less clearly visible or distinguishable

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become less intense and fade away gradually

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The pattern in a barrier screw is much less distinct due to the mechanical separation of the solid and melt by the barrier flight.
Pre-applied hot melts are competitive when compared with the total laminated costs of PVA and UF adhesive systems.
Other factors, such as size of the reverb/pot, temperature and length of holding, may affect this comparison, but considering holding the melt versus shutting it down could reveal a possibility for significant savings.
Independent fabricators and companies that melt scrap or dross to produce RSI or molten metal that is used in their plants for direct processing or sold in the market commonly use this technique.
Time how long it takes for the whole and half chocolate Kisses to melt completely.
Melt strength at a particular temperature was determined by averaging values of the data points thus obtained.
At the core of the Company's premium melt capacity expansion program will be an approximate 40 percent increase in its vacuum induction melting (VIM) capacity.
As melting of pellets begins to take place in the middle, transition zone of a plastics extruder, a pool of melt forms in the rear of the screw channel as a result of screw geometry.
Under such conditions, it takes more thermal energy than normal to increase the motion of the atoms or molecules enough to cause the solid to melt.
SMELTER--One who melts or fuses (as ore), often producing an accompanying chemical change usually to separate the metal.
Be sure to drizzle a high-quality melted semisweet or white chocolate (the chocolate shouldn't be too hot; you can melt it in a microwave oven) on cooled caramel corn (spread it out on a nonstick foil-lined jellyroll pan to cool quickly).
But the heat energy used to melt the wax doesn't disappear.
In the short period of time that the Company has been in existence, it has served a rapidly growing number of customers, reflecting the popularity of our innovative gelato and crepe concept," said Clive Barwin, President & CEO of Melt Inc.
This is evident in the fact that when the injection plunger is operating and the shut-off valve between the extruder and plunger is closed, the plasticating extruder must be stopped, since the melt has no place to go.