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  1. fuse

    • IPA[fyo͞oz]

    美式

    • n.
      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;a device in a bomb, shell, or mine that makes it explode on impact, after an interval, at set distance from the target, or when subjected to magnetic or vibratory stimulation.
    • v.
      fit a fuse to (a bomb, shell, or mine)
    • verb: fuse, 3rd person present: fuses, gerund or present participle: fusing, past tense: fused, past participle: fused

    • noun: fuse, plural noun: fuses

    • 釋義
    • 片語

    名詞

    • 1. 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 a bomb on a short fuse
    • a device in a bomb, shell, or mine that makes it explode on impact, after an interval, at set distance from the target, or when subjected to magnetic or vibratory stimulation.

    動詞

    • 1. fit a fuse to (a bomb, shell, or mine) the bomb was fused to go off during a charity performance