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Spanish translation of “knit”

knit

verb /nit/ (past tense, past participle knitted)
to form (a garment) from yarn (of wool etc) by making and connecting loops, using knitting-needles
tejer, hacer punto, tricotar
She is teaching children to knit and sew She knitted him a sweater for Christmas.
(of broken bones) to grow together
soldarse
The bone in his arm took a long time to knit.
knitter noun
persona que hace punto
She’s a very good knitter.
knitting noun the work of a knitter
labor de punto
She was occupied with her knitting.
the material made by knitting
prenda de punto
a piece of knitting.
knitting needle noun a thin rod of steel or plastic etc, used in knitting.
aguja de tejer, aguja de hacer punto
knit one’s brows to frown
fruncir el ceño
Then, knitting her brows slightly, she gave an angry reply to his question.
(Definition of knit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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