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weave

noun [C usually singular]     /wiːv/
the way in which cloth has been woven, for example with the threads pulled firmly together, or the pattern produced by this process 织法;编织式样 a tight weave 密实的织法 a striped/traditional weave 条纹/传统编织式样 Patterns and shapesGeneral words for textiles
Translations of “weave”
in Chinese (Traditional) 織法, 編織式樣…
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