fuse

I
n.
tube, wick used to set off an explosive charge

1) to light a fuse

2) a slow fuse (also fig.)

II
n.
safety device

1) to blow, blow out (esp. AE) a fuse

2) to change a fuse

3) a safety fuse

4) a fuse blows, blows out (esp. AE)

5) (misc.) to blow a fuse ('to get very angry')

III

n. (CE)

detonating device

1) to arm, set a fuse

2) a contact; delayed; percussion; proximity; time fuse (AE also has fuze)

IV

v. (D; intr.) to fuse with

* * *
[fjuːz]
blow out (esp. AE) a fuse
delayed
percussion
set a fuse
time fuse (AE also has IMS)
blows out (esp. AE)
(CE) ['detonating device'] to arm
(D; intr.) to fuse with
['safety device'] to blow
['tube, wick used to set off an explosive charge'] to light a fuse
a contact
a safety fuse
a fuse blows
to change a fuse
(misc.) to blow a fuse ('to get very angry')
a slow fuse (also fig.)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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