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Meaning of “weave” - Learner’s Dictionary

weave

verb     /wiːv/
weave in and out; weave through ( past tense and past participle weaved) to go somewhere by moving around a lot of things: to weave in and out of the traffic to weave through the crowdBending, twisting and curving
[I, T] ( past tense wove, past participle woven) to make cloth on a machine by crossing threads under and over each otherKnitting and sewing
(Definition of weave from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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