[mel-tij] /ˈmɛl tɪdʒ/
the amount or the result of .
the process or result of melting or the amount melted: rapid meltage of ice
- Melted out
adjective phrase Penniless, esp from gambling; broke, tapped out (1950s+ Gambling)
[melt-doun] /ˈmɛltˌdaʊn/ noun 1. the melting of a significant portion of a nuclear-reactor core due to inadequate cooling of the fuel elements, a condition that could lead to the escape of radiation. 2. a quickly developing breakdown or collapse: a bond-market meltdown; the meltdown of a marriage. 3. Informal. a sudden loss of control over […]
/mɛlˈtɛmɪ/ noun 1. a northerly wind in the northeast Mediterranean; etesian wind
[mel-ter] /ˈmɛl tər/ noun 1. a person or thing that . 2. a person in charge of a steelmaking furnace.