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weave

verb [I usually + adv/prep] (MOVE QUICKLY)
快速移动
 
 
/wiːv/ (weaved, weaved)
to go or make a path by moving quickly and changing direction often, especially to avoid hitting things
(尤指为避开障碍)迂回行进,穿行
To escape from police officers the thief weaved through/between/in and out of stationary traffic on a bicycle.
为了逃脱警察的追赶,那个小偷骑着自行车在静止的车流中迂回穿行。
Moving quickly
weaving
 
 
/ˈwiː.vɪŋ/ noun [U]
There has been increasing automation of spinning and weaving.
纺纱与织布的自动化程度在不断提高。
General words for textilesCrafts
weaver
 
 
/ˈwiː.vər/ US  /-vɚ/ noun [C]
a person whose job is weaving cloth and other materials
织布者,织工
basket weavers
编篮子的人
CraftsGeneral words for textiles
Translations of “weave”
in Spanish tejer, trenzar, tramar…
in Arabic يَنْسُج…
in Korean (실을) 짜다…
in Portuguese tecer…
in French tisser, inventer, (se) faufiler…
in German weben, ersinnen, sich schlängeln…
in Catalan teixir…
in Japanese (布)を織る…
in Russian ткать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 快速移動, (尤指為避開障礙)迂迴行進,穿行…
in Italian tessere…
in Turkish dokumak, örmek…
in Polish tkać…
(Definition of weave verb (MOVE QUICKLY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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