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fuse1 British & World English

Join or blend to form a single entity

fuse2 British & World English

A length of material along which a small flame moves to explode a bomb or firework, meanwhile allowing time for those who light it to move to a safe distance

fuse English Thesaurus

they found a wider audience by fusing rap with rock

fuse box British & World English

A box housing the fuses for circuits in a building

fuse wire British & World English

Thin wire used in an electric fuse

plug fuse British & World English

A fuse designed to be pushed into a socket in a panel or board

time fuse British & World English

A fuse calculated to burn for or explode a bomb, shell, or explosive charge at a specified time

safety fuse British & World English

A protective electric fuse

blow a fuse British & World English

Lose one’s temper

proximity fuse British & World English

An electronic detonator that causes a projectile to explode when it comes within a preset distance of its target

light the fuse British & World English

Do something that creates a tense or exciting situation

have a short fuse British & World English

Have a tendency to lose one’s temper quickly

have a short fuse in fuse2 British & World English

Have a tendency to lose one’s temper quickly

light the fuse in fuse2 British & World English

Do something that creates a tense or exciting situation

fuse board in fuse box British & World English

A box housing the fuses for circuits in a building

light the or a fuse in fuse2 British & World English

Do something that creates a tense or exciting situation

have or be on a short fuse in fuse2 British & World English

Have a tendency to lose one’s temper quickly