- (British) enPR sŏl'də(r), IPA: /ˈsɒldə(ɹ)/, /ˈsəʊldə(ɹ)/
- (Canada, America) enPR sŏd′ər, IPA: /ˈsɑdɚ/, /ˈsəʊdə(ɹ)/
- Any of various easily-melted alloys, commonly of tin and lead, that are used to mend, coat, or join metal objects, usually small.
- Figuratively, circumstances or emotions that strongly bond things or persons together in analogy to solder that joins metals.
- French: soudure
- German: Lötmetall, Lot, Lötdraht, Lötzinn
- Portuguese: solda
- Russian: припо́й
- Spanish: estaño para soldar, estaño
solder (solders, present participle soldering; past and past participle soldered)
to join items together, or to coat them with solder
- (figuratively) to join things as if with solder.