There are 2 translations of thread in Spanish:

thread1

Pronunciation: /θred/

n

  • 1.1 c u (filament) hilo (m); (length) hebra (f), hilo (m) a spool of thread (AmE) un carrete or (RPl) carretel de hilo I need a longer thread necesito una hebra más larga or un hilo más largo with double thread con hilo doble, con doble hebra you have a thread hanging te cuelga un hilo or una hilacha to hang by a thread pender de un hilo 1.2 c (strand, sequence) hilo (m) to follow the thread of a plot/conversation seguir* el hilo de una trama/conversación to lose the thread perder* el hilo to pick o take up the thread(s) of sth (of story, plot) retomar el hilo de algo he tried to pick up the threads of his former life trató de rehacer su vida to gather up the threads (of story, life) atar cabos sueltos 1.3 c [Comput] (linked messages) hilo (m) 1.4 c (of screw) rosca (f), filete (m) 1.5
    (threads pl)
    (AmE) [colloquial/familiar] (clothes) trapos (mpl) [familiar/colloquial], pilchas (fpl) (CS) [familiar/colloquial]

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There are 2 translations of thread in Spanish:

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vt

  • 1 [needle/sewing machine] enhebrar; [bead] ensartar to thread sth onto sth ensartar algo en algo to thread sth through sth pasar algo por algo he threaded his shoelaces wrong (se) acordonó mal los zapatos to thread one's way abrirse* paso she threaded her way through the crowd/between the tables se abrió paso entre la multitud/por entre las mesas
  • 2 [Tech] [screw/pipe] roscar*

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