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weave

verb (MAKE)     /wiːv/ (wove or US ALSO weaved, woven or US ALSO weaved)
[I or T] to make cloth by repeatedly crossing a single thread through two sets of long threads on a loom (= special frame) (在織布機上)織,編,編織 This type of wool is woven into fabric which will make jackets. 這種羊毛被織成衣料,用來做外套。 General words for textiles
[T] to twist long objects together, or to make something by doing this 編,編織;編製,編成 We were shown how to roughly weave ferns and grass together to make a temporary shelter. 有人給我們示範了如何將蕨類植物和草簡單地編起來,搭成臨時的棲身之所。 It takes great skill to weave a basket from/out of rushes. 用燈心草編籃子需要很高技巧。 Bending, twisting and curvingCrafts
[T] literary to form something from several different things or to combine several different things, in a complicated or skilled way (透過糅合不同的事物)編寫,編造 The biography is woven from the many accounts which exist of things she did. 該傳記是根據大量現存對她的事跡的記載編寫而成的。 Connecting and combiningVariety and mixturesMixing and mixtures
weaving     /ˈwiː.vɪŋ/ noun [U]
There has been increasing automation of spinning and weaving. 紡紗與織布的自動化程度在不斷提高。 General words for textilesCrafts
weaver     /ˈwiː.vər/ US  /-vɚ/ noun [C]
a person whose job is weaving cloth and other materials 織布者,織工 basket weavers 編籃子的人 CraftsGeneral words for textiles
(Definition of weave verb (MAKE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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