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Spanish translation of “thread”

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thread

noun /θred/
a thin strand of cotton, wool, silk etc, especially when used for sewing
hilo, hebra
a needle and some thread.
the spiral ridge around a screw
rosca
This screw has a worn thread.
the connection between the various events or details (in a story, account etc)
hilo
I’ve lost the thread of what he’s saying.
threadbare adjective (of material) worn thin; shabby
gastado, raído
a threadbare jacket.
Translations of “thread”
in Korean 실…
in Arabic خَيْط…
in French fil, filetage…
in Italian filo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 纖維, 線, (光、煙等)線狀物,線狀體…
in Russian нитка, связь, ход…
in Turkish iplik, rabıta, mecra…
in Polish nić, nitka, wątek…
in Portuguese linha, fio…
in German der Faden, das Gewinde…
in Catalan fil…
in Japanese (裁縫用の)糸…
in Chinese (Simplified) 纤维, 线, (光、烟等)线状物,线状体…
(Definition of thread from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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