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fuze

[fyooz] /fyuz/
noun
1.
a mechanical or electronic device to detonate an explosive charge, especially as contained in an artillery shell, a missile, projectile, or the like.
2.
fuse1 (def 1).
verb (used with object), fuzed, fuzing.
3.
Also, fuse. to attach a fuse or fuze to (a bomb, mine, etc.).
Origin
1635-1645
1635-45; variant of fuse1
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British Dictionary definitions for fuzing

fuze

/fjuːz/
noun
1.
(mainly US) a variant spelling of fuse1
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Word Origin and History for fuzing

fuze

n.

see fuse (n.).

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Encyclopedia Article for fuzing

fuze

in explosives technology, device for firing explosives in blasting operations, in fireworks, and in military projectiles.

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