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Turkish translation of “thread”

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thread

noun
 
 
/θred/
MATERIAL [C, U] a long, thin piece of cotton, wool, etc that is used for sewing
iplik
a needle and threadKnitting and sewing
CONNECTION [C] the connection between different events or different parts of a story or discussion
rabıta, mecra, bağlantı
By that point I'd lost the thread of the conversation.Linking and relatingRegarding and concerning
a group of pieces of writing on the Internet in which people discuss one subjectInternet terminology and abbreviations
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 Polish nić, nitka, wątek…
in Spanish hilo, hebra, rosca…
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 noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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