knit

listen to the pronunciation of knit
Englisch - Türkisch
örmek

Yemek yapmak, örgü örmek, bahçıvanlık, pul toplamak ve benzeri birçok hobileri vardır. - She has many hobbies, cooking, knitting, gardening, collecting stamps, and so on.

Ona bir kazak örmek için günler harcadı. - She spent many days knitting a sweater for him.

{f} (kaşları) çatmak: He knit his brows. Kaşlarını çattı
çatmak (kaşları)
sıkı sıkıya bağlamak
kaynaşmak
ör

O, örgüsüyle meşguldü. - She was busy with her knitting.

Tom Mary'ye nasıl örgü öreceğini bilip bilmediğini sordu. - Tom asked Mary if she knew how to knit.

birleşmek
çatmak birbirine düğümlemek
{f} dokumak
{f} bağlamak
{f} örgü örmek

Yemek yapmak, örgü örmek, bahçıvanlık, pul toplamak ve benzeri birçok hobileri vardır. - She has many hobbies, cooking, knitting, gardening, collecting stamps, and so on.

He knit his brows
birbirine yapışmak
Ke
kaynamak a wellknit frame iyi yapılı vücut
{f} çatmak
{f} (kemik) kaynamak
{i} örgü

Örgüsünü bir kenara koydu ve ayağa kalktı. - She put her knitting aside and stood up.

Kız kardeşim bu sabahtan beri örgü örüyor. - My sister has been knitting since this morning.

(isim) örgü
Kaşlarını çattı

Yaşlı kadın kaşlarını çattı. - The old woman knitted her brows.

kaynamak (kemik)
knitting
örme

Mary örme şişlerini çıkardı ve örmeye başladı. - Mary pulled out her knitting needles and began to knit.

O kazağı örmeyi bitirdin mı? - Have you finished knitting that sweater?

knitting
örgü

Tom'da örgü örmeyi sever. - Tom likes knitting too.

O, örgüsüyle meşguldü. - She was busy with her knitting.

knit fabric
(Tekstil) örme kumaş
knit goods
örme eşya
knit one, purl one
bir ters örmek
knit needle
örgü şişi
knit one's brows
kaşlarını çatmak
knit cap
örgü kap
knit dress
örgü elbise
knit so.'s eyebrows
örgü çok. 'ın kaşları
knit yarn
örgü ipi
knit a jumper
kazak örmek
knit a pullover
kazak örmek
knit a scarf
atkı örmek
knit a sweater
kazak örmek
knit a weft
atkı örmek
knit counter
(Tekstil) ilmek sayma aleti
knit goods
örme eşya; triko eşya
knit one's eyebrows
kaşları çatmak
knit one's eyebrows
kaşlarını çatmak
knit one, purl one
bir düz, bir ters örmek
knit the brows
(Fiili Deyim ) kaşlarını çatmak , surat asmak
knit together
birleştirmek
knit together
bağlamak
knit up
yakınlaşmak
knit up
karara bağlamak
knit up
kaynaşmak
knit up
birleştirmek
knit up
bağlamak
knit up
birleşmek
close knit
birbirine bağlı
knitted
örülmüş
knitting
örme işi
knitting
örerek

Onun için bir kazak örerek bir günden fazla harcadı. - Many a day did she spend knitting a sweater for him.

Bayan Rachel Lynde mutfak penceresinde bir yorgan örerek oturuyordu. - Mrs. Rachel Lynde was sitting at her kitchen window, knitting a quilt.

knitting
(Tekstil) ilmek
close-knit
ayrılmaz
close-knit
çok yakın
knitted
{f} ör

Kendi ördüğü kazağı giydi. - She wore a sweater that she'd knitted herself.

Tom için bir kazak ördüm. - I knitted a sweater for Tom.

knitter
örücü
knitting
{f} ör

O, örgüsüyle meşguldü. - She was busy with her knitting.

Örgüsünü bir kenara koydu ve ayağa kalktı. - She put her knitting aside and stood up.

knitting
triko
cable-knit
kablo örmek
circular-knit
dairesel örmek
closely knit
yakından örgü
de-knit
tamamen örme
double knit
çift örgü
loosely knit
gevşek bağlarla
re-knit
yeniden örmek
tight-knit
Sıkı bağları olan
tightly knit
sıkıca örülmüş
tightly-knit
sıkı bağlarla
well knit
iyi örülmüş
close knit
bütünleşmiş
hand knit
örmek
hand knit
elde örmek
knitted
{s} örgü
knitted
örülü
knitted
{s} dokuma
knitter
{i} örgü makinesi
knitter
{i} örgücü
knitting
knitting work örgü işi
knitting
(Tekstil) örgü, örme Açıklama: Örme; Tek iplikli veya çok iplikli sistemlerle ipliğin önce iğne ve yardımcı makine elemanlarıyla ilmek haline dönüştürülerek, ilmeklerin yan yana ve üst üste bağlantı kurarak tekstil yüzeyi elde edilmesidir
knitting
knitting machine örgü makinası
knitting
knitting needle örgü şişi
knitting
knit kaynaş/ör
rib knit
(Tekstil) ribana örgü
well knit
sıkı dokunmuş
well knit
sık örülmüş
well knit
kaslı
well knit
yapılı
Englisch - Englisch
To grow together

All those seedlings knitted into a kaleidoscopic border.

To combine from various elements

The witness knitted his testimony from contradictory pieces of hearsay.

To become closely and firmly joined; become compact(ed)
and To turn thread or yarn into a piece of fabric by forming loops that are pulled through each other. This can be done by hand with needles or by machine

The first generation knitted to order, the second still knits for its own use, the next leave knitting to industrial manufacturers.

To join closely and firmly together

The joint fight for survival knitted the men closely together.

If you knit something, especially an article of clothing, you make it from wool or a similar thread by using two knitting needles or a machine. I had endless hours to knit and sew I have already started knitting baby clothes She knitted him 10 pairs of socks to take with him During the war, Joan helped her mother knit scarves for soldiers She pushed up the sleeves of her grey knitted cardigan and got to work. Knit is also a combining form. Ferris wore a heavy knit sweater
{v} to make stocking-work, join unite
brode, trikote
If you knit your brows or knit your eyebrows, you frown because you are angry or worried. They knitted their brows and started to grumble Billy's eyebrows knitted together in a little frown
When broken bones knit, the broken pieces grow together again. The bone hasn't knitted together properly. broken bones that have failed to knit
needlework created by interlacing yarn in a series of connected loops using straight eyeless needles or by machine
To be united closely; to grow together; as, broken bones will in time knit and become sound
to gather something into small wrinkles or folds; "She puckered her lips"
needlework created by interlacing yarn in a series of connected loops using straight eyeless needles or by machine a basic knitting stitch a fabric made by knitting make (textiles) by knitting; "knit a scarf"
To draw together; to contract into wrinkles
To make fabric by knitting
make (textiles) by knitting; "knit a scarf"
{i} knit fabric; knit clothing
To unite closely; to connect; to engage; as, hearts knit together in love
{f} weave by joining loops of yarn or thread; stitch together; fold; be stitched together; be united; be folded; weave (an idea)
Union knitting; texture
a basic knitting stitch
Fabrics made from only one set of yarns, all running in the same direction Some knits have their yarns running along the length of the fabric, while others have their yarns running across the width of the fabric Knit fabrics are held together by looping the yarns around each other Knitting creates ridges in the resulting fabric Wales are the ridges that run lengthwise in the fabric; courses run crosswise
a fabric made by knitting
A type of fabric construction where fill and warp yarns are not woven together but are tied together with a small polyester knit yarn Knits tend to have less crimp
tie or link together
To combine a piece of thread with two needles into a piece of fabric
To form into a knot, or into knots; to tie together, as cord; to fasten by tying
To join bones together
To form a fabric by interlacing yarn or thread; to weave by making knots or loops
To join; to cause to grow together
If someone or something knits things or people together, they make them fit or work together closely and successfully. The best thing about sport is that it knits the whole family close together Ordinary people have some reservations about their president's drive to knit them so closely to their neighbors. Knit is also a combining form. a tightly knit society
Fabrics constructed by interlocking a series of loops of mone or more yarns by hand or by machine Can be any fiber content (See double knit, interloc, jersey)
To form, as a textile fabric, by the interlacing of yarn or thread in a series of connected loops, by means of needles, either by hand or by machinery; as, to knit stockings
knitwork
knit cap
A soft, head-hugging cap usually without a specified front or back, barring those with designs or logos
knit one's brows
To scowl, indicating anger, worry, or puzzlement
knit one's eyebrows
Alternative form of knit one's brows
close-knit
Closely linked or connected, as by a common identity, culture, or bond

I come from a close-knit family; we never keep secrets from one another.

double knit
A knitted fabric consisting of a double thickness, made on a machine with two sets of needles
double-knit
Alternative spelling of double knit
knitted
Made by knitting or resembling in texture something made by knitting
knitted
Past participle of knit
knitted
Simple past of knit
knitter
A person who, or a machine that knits, ties or knots
knitting
The action of the verb to knit; the process of producing knitted material

I find knitting very relaxing.

knitting
Present participle of knit
tight-knit
Strongly pulled together, tightly knit
warp knit
A knit fabric in which intermeshing loops are positioned in warp, or lengthwise, direction. The fabric has a flatter, closer, less elastic structure than most welt knits and is run-resistant
well-knit
Firmly constructed and held together
knitter
{n} one who knits or is kept to knit
tight-knit
(also tightly knit): (of a group of people) bound together by strong relationships and common interests
cable-knit
a cable-knit sweater has a raised pattern of crossing lines on it
circular-knit
knitted in tubular form; "circular-knit sweaters without seams
close-knit
A close-knit group of people are closely linked, do things together, and take an interest in each other. Events over the last year have created a close-knit community. a close-knit group of people is one in which everyone knows each other well and gives each other support when they need it
close-knit
held together as by social or cultural ties; "a close-knit family"; "close-knit little villages"; "the group was closely knit
double knit
A fabric formed with the stitches in two planes at right angles to each other Double knits are generally more stable than single knits, but less so than wovens
double knit
a knit fabric similar to jersey that is made with two sets of needles producing a double thickness joined by interlocking stitches
double knit
‑ A circular knit fabric of double thickness
double knit
A jerseylike fabric knitted with two needles for double thickness Both sides of the fabric are interlocked
double knit
Fabric knitted on a machine by interlocking loops with a double stitch (two sets of needles) Contrasts with single needle construction Double knit fabrics are heavier than single knit fabrics
double knit
A weft knit fabric in which two layers of loops are formed that cannot be separated A double knit machine, which has two complete sets of needles, is required for this construction
knits
Small particles of ore
knitted
past tense of to knit
knitted
past participle of to knit
knitted
{s} interlocked, woven together, joined; made by knitting (of a sweater, etc.)
knitted
made by intertwining threads in a series of connected loops rather than by weaving; "knitted garments"; "a hand-knitted sweater
knitter
One who, or that which, knits, joins, or unites; a knitting machine
knitter
someone who makes garments (or fabrics) by intertwining yarn or thread
knitter
{i} one who knits or crochets
knitting
A method of constructing fabric by interlocking a series of loops of one or more yarns
knitting
The work of a knitter; the network formed by knitting
knitting
The process of converting yarn into fabric via needles mounted on the drum of a circular knitting machine
knitting
Forming a garment, fabric, etc , by joining loops of yarn, either by hand with knitting needles or by machine
knitting
Knitting is something, such as an article of clothing, that is being knitted. She had been sitting with her knitting at her fourth-floor window
knitting
needlework created by interlacing yarn in a series of connected loops using straight eyeless needles or by machine
knitting
A method of constructing fabric by interlocking series of loops of one or more yarns
knitting
Knitting is the action or process of knitting. Take up a relaxing hobby, such as knitting
knitting
a series of interconnecting loops of yarn formed by independent needles of a circularly rotating machine (The fineness of the knit affects shrinkage, strength, and luster of the finished garment)
knitting
A method of constructing a fabric by interlocking series of loops of one or more yarns Two main methods are Warp Knitting and Weft Knitting
knitting
Material that has been, or is being knitted
knitting
creating knitted wear
knitting
{i} knitted work; act of joining loops of yarn or thread; pastime of knitting
knitting
Union formed by knitting, as of bones
loosely knit
having only distant social or legal ties; "a loosely knit group
tight-knit
closely and firmly integrated; "a tight-knit organization
tight-knit
closely and firmly integrated; "a tight-knit organization"
tight-knit
{s} integrated firmly and in a close manner (of a company or a group of people)
tight-knit
a tight-knit group of people are closely connected with each other
tightly knit
{s} woven tightly together; closely connected; (of a company or a group of people) tight-knit, integrated firmly and in a close manner
tightly-knit
tight-knit
warp knit
A type of knitted fabric construction in which the yarns are formed into stitches in a lengthwise manner Warp knits are generally less elastic than weft knits Common examples of warp knits are tricot knits and raschel knits
well-knit
strongly and firmly constructed; "a well-knit argument"; "a well-knit theatrical production"; "well-knit athletes"; "a sailor short but well-set"- Alexander Hamilton
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