• (British) enPR sŏl'də(r), IPA: /ˈsɒldə(ɹ)/, /ˈsəʊldə(ɹ)/
  • (Canada, America) enPR sŏd′ər, IPA: /ˈsɑdɚ/, /ˈsəʊdə(ɹ)/


  1. Any of various easily-melted alloys, commonly of tin and lead, that are used to mend, coat, or join metal objects, usually small.
  2. Figuratively, circumstances or emotions that strongly bond things or persons together in analogy to solder that joins metals.
Translations Verb

solder (solders, present participle soldering; past and past participle soldered)

  1. to join items together, or to coat them with solder
  2. (figuratively) to join things as if with solder.
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