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needle US English

A very fine slender piece of metal with a point at one end and a hole or eye for thread at the other, used in sewing

needle-like US English

Long, slender, and pointed

needle man US English

A drug addict, especially a person addicted to injecting drugs

needle time US English

An agreed maximum allowance of time for broadcasting recorded music

Adam's needle US English

A frost-hardy yucca native to the eastern US, with long leaves that are edged with white threads

needle valve US English

A valve closed by a thin tapering part

darning needle US English

A long sewing needle with a large eye, used in darning

knitting needle US English

A long, thin, pointed rod used as part of a pair for knitting by hand

magnetic needle US English

A piece of magnetized steel used as an indicator on the dial of a compass and in magnetic and electrical apparatus

shepherd's needle US English

A white-flowered Eurasian plant of the parsley family, with long, needle-shaped fruit

give someone the needle in needle US English

Provoke or annoy someone

fine needle aspiration US English

A procedure in which a thin needle is used to draw cells or fluid from a lump or mass under the skin

devil's darning needle US English

another term for darner222.

the eye of a needle in needle US English

A tiny aperture or opening through which it would seem impossible to pass (especially with reference to Matt. 19:24)

the eye of a needle US English

A tiny aperture or opening through which it would seem impossible to pass (especially with reference to Matt. 19:24)

a needle in a haystack in needle US English

Something that is almost impossible to find because it is hidden among so many other things

give someone the needle US English

Provoke or annoy someone

a needle in a haystack US English

Something that is almost impossible to find because it is hidden among so many other things

needleless US English

Functioning or carried out without the use of a hypodermic needle

touch needles US English

A set of needles of gold or silver alloy of known compositions, used in testing other alloys on a touchstone

needletail US English

An Asian spine-tailed swift, believed to be the world’s fastest flying bird

needle-tailed swift in needletail US English

An Asian spine-tailed swift, believed to be the world’s fastest flying bird

Adam's needle-and-thread in Adam's needle US English

A frost-hardy yucca native to the eastern US, with long leaves that are edged with white threads

needle US Thesaurus

a needle and thread

needle English-Spanish

aguja f

needle-sharp English-Spanish

muy puntiagudo, muy puntudo

knitting needle English-Spanish

aguja, palillo mChi

larding needle English-Spanish

aguja f de mechar

to get the needle in needle English-Spanish

picarse* familiar/colloquial

to give sb the needle in needle English-Spanish

pinchar a algn, sacar* de quicio a algn

she's good with the needle in needle English-Spanish

se da mucha maña para coser

she's very deft with a needle in deft English-Spanish

es muy habilidosa con la aguja

I jabbed myself with the needle in jab English-Spanish

me pinché con la aguja, me piqué con la aguja

he stabbed the needle into my arm in stab English-Spanish

me clavó la aguja en el brazo

I stuck the needle in my finger in stick English-Spanish

me clavé la aguja en el dedo

he's pretty skillful with a needle and thread in skillful English-Spanish

es bastante habilidoso para la costura, se da bastante maña para coser


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