There are 2 translations of weave in Spanish:

weave1

Pronunciation: /wiːv/

vt (past wove past p, woven)

  • 1 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
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    • 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
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    • 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.
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    • 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.
  • 2
    (past wove or , weaved past p, 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)

vi (past wove past p, woven)

  • 2 2.1
    (past wove or , weaved past p, woven or , weaved)
    [road] serpentear, zigzaguear; [person] zigzaguear a cyclist weaving in and out of the traffic un ciclista zigzagueando por entre el tráfico
    2.2
    (past & past p 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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    • Special grilles can be put over the stable door to restrict the movement of the head and neck when the horse is standing with his head over the stable door, but some horses weave inside the stable.
    • When a horse weaves he is basically walking in place, swaying his front and neck from side to side repetitively.
    • Of course she used to pace up and down the paddocks when she was turned out, too, but she didn't weave in the field.
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    • During this he drove through red traffic lights, forced other vehicles to brake to avoid collisions, weaved in and out of traffic, and reached 85 mph.
    • Cars swerved this way and that to avoid them as they weaved in and around the traffic.
    • Horns blare as cars weave to avoid horse-drawn carts.

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There are 2 translations of weave in Spanish:

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Word of the day merienda
f
afternoon snack …
Cultural fact of the day

Each of the 55 different administrative areas into which Spain is divided is called a provincia. Each provincia includes a main city or town, sometimes more, depending on its social and economic power. The provincial capital usually has the same name as the province. Most comunidades autónomas comunidad autónoma comprise at least two or more