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noun (FIBRE)
[C or U] (a length of) a very thin fibre
needle and thread
loose threads
General words for textiles
[C] a long thin line of something such as light or smoke
A thin thread of light made its way through the curtains.
Things collected in lines or rings
Translations of “thread”
in Spanish hilo, hebra, rosca…
in Arabic خَيْط…
in Korean 실…
in Portuguese linha, fio…
in French fil, filetage…
in German der Faden, das Gewinde…
in Catalan fil…
in Japanese (裁縫用の)糸…
in Russian нитка, связь, ход…
in Chinese (Traditional) 纖維, 線, (光、煙等)線狀物,線狀體…
in Italian filo…
in Turkish iplik, rabıta, mecra…
in Polish nić, nitka, wątek…
(Definition of thread noun (FIBRE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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