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weaver
American English: /ˈwivər/
British English: /ˈwiːvə/

Translation of weaver in Spanish:

noun

  • tejedor, (-dora) (masculine, feminine)
    a basket weaver
    un cestero
    un tejedor de cestas
    Example sentences
    • We set out for the neighbouring village of Kethan, where simple weavers wove the delicate fabric of cotton and silk embroidered with gold and silver.
    • Silver wire was used by embroiderers, lace-makers and weavers for embellishing high-quality fabrics.
    • It had two butchers, two coopers, two weavers, a shoemaker, blacksmith, a cornmill, a pound, a lime kiln and, of course, a pub.

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