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German translation of “weave”

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weave

verb /wiːv/ ( past tense wove /wouv/, past participle woven /ˈwouvən/)
to make by crossing strands in a pattern
weben
A machine was invented that could weave cloth.
to tell (an interesting story).
ersinnen
(past tense, past participle weaved) to move backwards and forwards or from side to side
sich schlängeln
The cyclist weaved in and out of the traffic.
weaver noun
der/die Weber(in)
Translations of “weave”
in Korean (실을) 짜다…
in Arabic يَنْسُج…
in French tisser, inventer, (se) faufiler…
in Italian tessere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 織, (在織布機上)織,編,編織, 編,編織…
in Russian ткать…
in Turkish dokumak, örmek…
in Polish tkać…
in Spanish tejer, trenzar, tramar…
in Portuguese tecer…
in Catalan teixir…
in Japanese (布)を織る…
in Chinese (Simplified) 织, (在织布机上)织,编,编织, 编,编织…
(Definition of weave from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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