There are 2 definitions of weft in English:

weft1

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Pronunciation: /wɛft
 
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noun

[in singular]
(In weaving) the crosswise threads on a loom that are passed over and under the warp threads to make cloth: [as modifier]: weft threads
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  • The pile is formed by knots, which are tied round the warp threads, and held in place by the weft, which is passed back and forth and beaten down securely.
  • A tapestry is, by definition, a flat-woven cloth that uses discontinuous weft threads to create images.
  • The children's tiny fingers are perfect for manipulating the weft items through the warp strings.

Origin

Old English weft(a), of Germanic origin; related to weave1.

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Pronunciation: ˌmidlˈesənt
adjective
middle-aged, but still maintaining youthful interests and activities 

There are 2 definitions of weft in English:

weft2

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Pronunciation: /wɛft
 
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noun

variant spelling of waft (sense 2) of the noun).

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Word of the day middlescent
Pronunciation: ˌmidlˈesənt
adjective
middle-aged, but still maintaining youthful interests and activities