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Translation of "thread" - English-Turkish dictionary

thread

verb [T]     /θred/
thread a needle
to push thread through the hole in a needle iğneye iplik geçirmek Knitting and sewing
thread your way through/between, etc
to move carefully through a crowded place, changing direction in order to avoid people or things kendine yol açıp ilerlemek; zorlukla yol bulup ilerlemek; yararak/yol açıp geçmek Advancing and moving forwardCrossing and moving through
Translations of “thread”
in Arabic يَنظُم الخَيط…
in Korean 실을 꿰다…
in Malaysian mencelah-celah di…
in French se faufiler…
in Italian infilare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 穿線於, 使穿過…
in Vietnamese lách, luồn lách…
in Spanish abrirse (camino)…
in Portuguese colocar o fio em, enfiar…
in Thai ทะลุผ่าน…
in German sich winden durch…
in Catalan enfilar…
in Japanese (細い穴に)~を通す…
in Indonesian menyeruak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 穿线于, 使穿过…
(Definition of thread verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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