How Do You Spell WELDED?

Pronunciation: [wˈɛldɪd] (IPA)

The word "welded" is spelled /ˈwɛldɪd/. It is spelled with a "w" sound followed by the short "e" vowel sound. The letter "l" is pronounced clearly in the word, and the "d" sound is pronounced at the end. The IPA phonetic transcription of "welded" helps to clarify the exact pronunciation of the word, which is important not only for spelling, but also for effective communication. Overall, the spelling of "welded" accurately represents its pronunciation.

WELDED Meaning and Definition

  1. Welded is an adjective that describes the state or process of joining two or more metallic pieces together permanently by heating their surfaces to the point of melting and then allowing them to cool and solidify. It refers to the act or technique of welding.

    Welding, as a manufacturing process, involves the use of intense heat generated by various sources such as electric arcs, gas flames, or laser beams. This heat causes the materials being welded, which are typically metals or thermoplastics, to fuse together, resulting in a strong and durable bond. Welded joints are commonly used in numerous industries and applications to create sturdy and reliable structures or connections.

    The welded joints can vary in strength and quality depending on the welding method employed, the properties of the materials being welded, and the skill of the welder. Some common methods of welding include arc welding, gas welding, resistance welding, and laser welding. Each method has specific requirements and techniques to ensure a successful weld.

    Welded structures or components are known for their high integrity and resistance to breaking or separating under stress. The process of welding allows for the efficient and cost-effective fabrication of complex metal structures, making it an essential technique in various industries such as construction, automotive, aerospace, and shipbuilding.

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Etymology of WELDED

The word "welded" comes from the Middle English word "welden", which was derived from the Old English word "weldan". This Old English term meant "to wield, control, or direct", and it also had the specific meaning of "to bring together two pieces by heating their ends and then hammering them into one". The word "weld" can be traced back to the Proto-Germanic root "weldijaną", which means "to govern or to control". This root is further related to the Old Norse word "velda", which means "to rule or command". Over time, "weld" evolved to specifically denote the process of joining two pieces of metal together, giving rise to the word "welded" as the past participle form.

Conjugate verb Welded


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