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needle

noun   /ˈniː·dl/
a thin, pointed metal object with a small hole at one end for thread, used in sewing aguja a needle and thread
the thin metal part of a piece of medical equipment used to take blood out of the body, or to put drugs in aguja
a thin, hard, pointed leaf of a pine tree acícula pine needles527
(Definition of needle from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

needle

noun /ˈniːdl/
a small, sharp piece of steel with a hole (called an eye) at one end for thread, used in sewing etc aguja a needle and thread a sewing needle.
any of various instruments of a long narrow pointed shape aguja a knitting needle a hypodermic needle.
(in a compass etc) a moving pointer aguja The needle is pointing North.
the thin, sharp-pointed leaf of a pine, fir etc aguja The Christmas tree tends to drop all its needles.
be on the needle
to use hard drugs by injecting them. pincharse
needlework noun
work done with a needle ie sewing, embroidery etc. labor de aguja, bordado
(Definition of needle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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