Definitions

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  • n. each of the welds made by welding at a separate point
  • v. make circular welds

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Examples

  • And it takes a little shooter technique, too, holding the rifle firmly into the shoulder and getting a snug spot-weld with the cheek.

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  • I'd set my alarm, drag my ass out of bed, mix up a quick Red Bull/amphetamine breakfast shake, and spot-weld myself to the couch in front of the TV.

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  • Using an argon laser, eye doctors could focus intense beams of light to spot-weld leaking blood vessels in the retina.

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  • It's also still possible to spot-weld with her breath.

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  • For example, in the automobile industry, workers no longer need to manually chalk spot-weld positions before teaching a robot where to place its arm.

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