Definition of desolder in English:

desolder

Syllabification: de·sol·der
Pronunciation: /dēˈsädər
 
/

verb

[with object]
Remove the solder from (electrical components), usually to effect separation: cut the pins one by one on the component side, desolder the halves, then throw the chip out
More example sentences
  • It takes power to generate enough heat to melt solder, especially when connecting or desoldering large components and when using solder wick.
  • I was able to rewire and test circuits quickly without having to solder and desolder.
  • ‘If you have to, you can just change the programmable memory chip - desolder it, put it back on there,’ he says.

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