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Pronunciation: /wiːv/

transitive verb/verbo transitivo (past tense of/pasado de wove past participle of/participio pasado de, woven)

  • 1.1 [cloth/mat] tejer ([ en telar ]); [basket/web] tejer; [story/plot] tejer they wove a roof out of branches hicieron un techo entretejiendo ramas she wove a novel around these events tejió la trama de una novela en torno a estos sucesos
    Example sentences
    • These individuals have vivid imaginations, love to weave stories and tales, and are prone to exaggeration.
    • It will come in handy later in the movie when we begin to wonder just exactly where the real person fits into the complex story woven around her.
    • She has woven a complex narrative of hope and danger in the city that was destined to be the beacon of the New South.
    1.2 (thread together) [threads] entretejer, entrelazar*; [branches/straw] entretejer the film weaves the two stories together la película entreteje las dos historias she wove the twigs into a basket tejió or hizo un cesto con las ramitas she weaves these anecdotes into her lectures entreteje or intercala estas anécdotas en sus conferencias
    Example sentences
    • Where privacy is a concern, invest in lighter curtain fabrics such as lightly woven linens or cottons that have a high degree of translucence.
    • Call me lazy, but I don't really want to grow my own cotton, spin my own thread, weave my own cloth, and sew a shirt out of it.
    • Cloth is woven from wild silk and from locally grown cotton.
    Example sentences
    • The cloth was very strange; it was like moss and leaves that had been somehow woven together.
    • She stood frozen, gazing at the sheer beauty of the dress, each thread intricately woven to create perfection.
    • Unfortunately, the only source of material for clothing is human hair, which can be woven into clothing.

intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo (past tense of/pasado de wove past participle of/participio pasado de, woven)

  • (make cloth, baskets) tejer to get weaving (British English/inglés británico) [colloquial/familiar] poner* manos a la obra let's get weaving! ¡manos a la obra! I'd better get weaving on that report va a ser mejor que me ponga a escribir el informe

noun/nombre

u and c

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There are 2 translations of weave in Spanish:

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weave2

Pronunciation: /wiːv/

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

  • (past tense of/pasado de wove or , weaved past participle of/participio pasado de, woven or , weaved)
    the river weaves a serpentine course along the valley el río serpentea por el valle to weave one's way abrirse* camino ([ en zigzag ])

intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo

  • 1
    (past tense of/pasado de wove or , weaved past participle of/participio pasado de, woven or , weaved)
    [road] serpentear, zigzaguear; [person] zigzaguear a cyclist weaving in and out of the traffic un ciclista zigzagueando por entre el tráfico
  • 2
    (past tense & past participle/pasado y participio pasado weaved)
    (sway) tambalearse, bambolearse she weaved off toward the door se fue hacia la puerta haciendo eses to bob o duck and weave (in boxing) esquivar y escabullirse*

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