Significado de “knit” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "knit" - Diccionario Inglés

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knitverb

uk /nɪt/ us /nɪt/

knit verb (MAKE CLOTHES)

B1 [ I or T ] present participle knitting, past tense knitted or knit, past participle knitted or knit to make clothes, etc. by using two long needles to connect wool or another type of thread into joined rows:

She's forever knitting.
She's busy knitting baby clothes.
[ + two objects ] My granny knitted me some gloves/knitted some gloves for me.
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[ T ] specialized fabrics present participle knitting, past tense knitted or knit, past participle knitted or knit to do the most basic type of stitch, when knitting something:

Knit one, purl one.

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knit verb (JOIN)

[ I or T ] present participle knitting, past tense knit, past participle knit to join together:

The broken bone should begin to knit (together) in a few days.
closely/tightly knit also close/tight-knit

(used especially in magazines and by people who write about fashion) a knitted piece of clothing:

Be warm and chic in cosy cashmere knits.

(Definition of “knit” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "knit" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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knitverb [ I/T ]

us /nɪt/ present participle knitting, past tense and past participle knitted or knit

knit verb [ I/T ] (MAKE CLOTHES)

to make cloth or clothing by connecting yarn (= fiber threads) into rows with two long needles, or to do this with a machine:

[ T ] She’s knitting a scarf for her daughter.

knit verb [ I/T ] (JOIN)

to join together:

[ I ] She’s got a break in this bone, but the ends of the bones will knit without the need for surgery.

(Definition of “knit” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)