There are 2 main translations of weave in German:

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weave 1

British English: /wiːv/
American English: /wiv/

noun

transitive verb wove Pronunciation: / wəʊv /, woven Pronunciation: / ˈwəʊvn /

  • 1
    (intertwine) ([Baum]wolle, Garn, Fäden)
    weave something into something
    etwas zu etwas verweben
    weave threads together
    Fäden miteinander verweben
    weave flowers into wreaths
    aus Blumen Kränze flechten
  • 2 (make by weaving)
    (Textilien)
    (Girlande, Korb, Kranz)
  • 3
    [figurative] (Nebenhandlung, Thema usw.) into in + Akk.
  • 4 [figurative]
    (contrive) (Geschichte)
    weave a story around an idea
    eine Idee zu einer Geschichte ausspinnen

intransitive verb wove, woven

  • (make fabric by weaving)

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weave 2

intransitive verb

  • 1
    (move repeatedly from side to side)
  • 2
    (take devious course)
    sich schlängeln
    weave between the obstacles
    sich zwischen den Hindernissen hindurchschlängeln
  • 3get weaving
    [colloquial]
    hinmachen
    [colloquial]
    get weaving!
    mach/macht schon [colloquial] od. hin!

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