solder
[ sod-er ]
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Part of Speech noun, verb
Origin + Etymology
Middle English from Old French soudure, from the verb souder, from Latin solidare ‘fasten together’, from solidus ‘solid’
Synonyms
noun
  • unavailable
verb
  • join
  • unite
  • fuse
Antonyms
noun
  • unavailable
verb
  • break
  • divide
  • separate
Definition
noun
anything that joins or unites
verb
to join closely and intimately
Examples
noun
A) Their Mexican culture was a solder among them. B) The two girls were so different that they could not find a single solder between them.
verb
A) Lorelai and her ex-boyfriend Chris were inseparably soldered even after they broke up. B) Their close mother-daughter relationship soldered them forever.
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