weaving

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İngilizce - Türkçe
dokuma

O büyükannesinden sepet dokuma zanaatını öğrendi. - She learned the craft of basket weaving from her grandmother.

Sepet dokuma ölen bir sanattır. - Basket weaving is a dying art.

örme
(Tekstil) dokumacılık
girişim
dağılma
karışma
örülme
kesişme
{f} doku

Ben bir halı dokuyorum. - I am weaving a carpet.

Bir halı dokuyorsun, değil mi? - You are weaving a carpet, aren't you?

dokuyarak
dokumacılık ile ilgili
doku
dokumahane
weave
{f} dokumak
weave
dokuma

Tibetli kilim dokumacıları geleneksel tasarımlar ve düğümler kullanır. Dolayısıyla onların kilimleri basit, doğal bir görünüme sahiptir. - Tibetan rug weavers use traditional designs and knotting. Hence their rugs have a simple, natural look.

weave
örmek
weave
örme

Bu türde örümcekler ağ örmezler. - This type of spider doesn't weave a web.

Büyük annem giysiler örmeyi seviyor. - My grandmother likes to weave things.

weaving fibers into a tubular shape
bir tüp şekline lifleri dokuma
weaving  
(Tekstil) dokuma  
weaving and knitting machine
(Tekstil) dokuma ve örme makinesi
weaving draft
(Tekstil) tahar
weaving draft
(Tekstil) taharlama
weaving fault
(Tekstil) dokuma hatası
weaving industry
(Tekstil) dokuma sanayisi
weaving length
girişim uzunluğu
weaving length
dağılma uzunluğu
weaving loom
dokuma tezgahı
weaving loom  
(Tekstil) dokuma tezgahı  
weaving machinery
(Tekstil) dokuma makineleri
weaving mill
dokuma fabrikası
weaving preparatory machine
(Tekstil) dokumaya hazırlama makinesi
weaving preperation
(Tekstil) çözgü hazırlama
weaving reed
(Tekstil) gücü
weaving section
girişim kesiti
weaving section
karışım kesiti
weave
(Tekstil) 1. dokumak, örmek 2. dokuma, örme 3. atkılamak, atkı almak
rug weaving
Kilim dokumacılığı
weave
{f} zikzak çizmek
weave
(Tekstil) bağlama
cotton weaving
(Tekstil) pamuklu dokuma
gripper weaving machine
(Teknik,Tekstil) şişli dokuma tezgahı
weave
önermek
weave
{f} yapmak
weave
sarmak
weave
ileri sürmek
cotton weaving mill
pamuklu dokuma fabrikası
jacquard weaving
jakar dokumacılığı
weave
bükmek
weave
zikzak yapmak
weave
{f} doku

Onları nerede dokudun? - Where did you weave them?

Yarına kadar karılarınızdan her birine bir kilim dokutun. - Have each of your wives weave a rug by tomorrow.

weave
kıvırmak
weave
atkılamak
weave
sunmak
weave
dolamak
weave
anlatmak
weave
zikzak yaparak ilerlemek
weave
bildirmek
weave
{f} (wove, wo.ven)
reed for a weaving machine
dokuma tezgahı tarağı
silk weaving
ipek dokumacılığı
wire weaving
(Kuyumculuk)nTel dokuma işi, tel örgü işi
accessories for weaving machinery
(Tekstil) dokuma tezgahı malzemesi
carpet weaving machine
(Tekstil) halı dokuma makinesi
get weaving
dört elle sarılmak
get weaving
canla başla çalışmak
get weaving
{k} (deyim) çabuk hareket etmek veya çalışmak
gripper weaving machine
(Tekstil) kancalı dokuma tezgahı, şişli dokuma tezgahı
jacpuard weaving
(Tekstil) jakar dokumacılığı
silk weaving
ipek dokumalar
weave
{f} katmak
weave
serpiştirmek
weave
{i} 1. dokuma: This carpet has a loose weave. Bu halının dokuması
weave
{f} kurmak
weave
icat etmek
weave
x zikzak yap/kur/ör/doku
weave
örme/dokuma
weave
{f} karıştırmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
Gerund of weave
Present participle of weave

The motorcycle is weaving in and out of traffic.

The process of making woven material on a loom
{n} the act of making into cloth
An incessant motion of a horse's head, neck, and body, from side to side, fancied to resemble the motion of a hand weaver in throwing the shuttle
The method or process of interlacing two or more sets of yarn or similar materials so that they cross each otherat (usually) right angles to produce woven fabric
The original method for manufacturing carpet In the weaving process, backing yarns are woven into a durable fabric while, simultaneously, face yarns are looped over wires and interlocked in the woven back See ""Axminster" and "Wilton "
Interlacing (threads, yarns, strips, fibrous materials, etc ) so as to form a fabric or material
Production of fabric by interlacing two sets of yarns so that they cross each other, normally at right angles, usually accomplished with a hand-or power-operated loom. In weaving, lengthwise yarns are called warp and crosswise yarns are called weft, or filling. Most woven fabrics are made with their outer edges finished in a manner that avoids raveling (because the weft yarn turns around instead of ending in a cut end). These edges, called selvages, run lengthwise, parallel to the warp yarns. The three basic weaves are plain or tabby (weft threads go over one warp thread, then under one), twill, and satin. Fancy weaves, such as pile, Jacquard, dobby, and leno, require more complicated looms or special loom attachments. See also Navajo weaving
walking unsteadily; "a stqaggering gait"
The process of making fabric by interlacing a series of warp yarns with weft yarns at right angles
Making cloth by interlacing yarns at right angles according to a predetermined pattern
The act of one who, or that which, weaves; the act or art of forming cloth in a loom by the union or intertexture of threads
A type of conflict where traffic veering right and traffic veering left must cross paths within a limited distance Typically this occurs when an exit ramp closely follows an entrance ramp, between two closely spaced interchanges or two loops of a cloverleaf Weaving introduces safety and capacity problems, and is a primary reason some older full cloverleafs are being converted to other types Loop ramps are either removed outright (diagonal ramps assume their traffic) or replaced by flyovers
A poorly wound roll of tape in which the individual layers of tape are not in alignment with the other layers
The interlacing of right angles of two systems of threads known as warp and filling The former runs lengthwise and may go over or under the latter, which runs crosswise
The process of making cloth in which the warp was fixed to the beam of the loom and the weft was wound onto the shuttle which was passed to and fro between the threads of the warp Linen has been found in some burials Wool was produced and woven in the Iron Age Typical evidence of weaving include traces of shuttles, spindles, loom posts, loom weights, and bone combs for weaving Roots and berries were used to dye the wool See the entry for Weaving in the main Alphabetic Section of Malcolm Bull's Trivia Trail
creating fabric
{i} act or process of making fabric by interlacing threads
weaving mill
factory for the production of fabrics
underwater basket weaving
An easy and useless college or high school class

Sure, somewhere out there, college slackers were taking broom ball and underwater basket weaving. — The Columbus Dispatch, September 15, 2005.

weave
Human or artificial hair worn to alter one's appearance, either in addition to or by covering the natural hair altogether
weave
To spin a cocoon or a web

Spiders weave beautiful but deadly webs.

weave
To form something by passing lengths or strands of material over and under one another

This loom weaves yarn into sweaters.

weave
­A type or way of weaving

That rug has a very tight weave.

weave
To make (a path or way) by winding in and out or from side to side

The ambulance weaved its way through the heavy traffic.

weave
{v} to form by texture, plait, insert
Navajo weaving
Blankets and rugs made by the Navajo, considered among the best-made textiles produced by Native Americans of the U.S. By 1500 the Navajo were well established in what is now the southwestern U.S., where they began to practice weaving when they turned from a seminomadic life to agriculture. From the Hopi they learned how to make looms and weave fabrics on a large scale; but whereas the Hopi limited their designs to striped patterns, the Navajo introduced geometric shapes, diamonds, lozenges, and zigzags. Traditionally Navajo blankets were made of natural-coloured wool or wool in dark colours produced by dyes made from roots, herbs, and minerals. After the introduction of aniline dyes in the late 19th century, Navajo weavers began using brighter wools and a broader range of decorative motifs
weave
To unite, as threads of any kind, in such a manner as to form a texture; to entwine or interlace into a fabric; as, to weave wool, silk, etc
weave
pattern of weaving or structure of a fabric interlace by or as it by weaving create a piece of cloth by interlacing strands of fabric, such as wool or cotton; "tissue textiles"
weave
To make or move by turning and twisting
weave
Pattern by which a fabric is formed from interlacing yarns In plain weave, warp and fill fibers alternate to make both fabric faces identical In satin weave, pattern produces a satin appearance with the warp tow over several fill tows and under the next one ( for example, eight-harness satin would have warp tow over seven fill tows and under the eighth)
weave
sway to and fro
weave
{f} texture
weave
The process of forming a fabric on the loom by interlacing the warp and filling threads with each other The fundamental weaves are Plain, Twill, Satin All other weaves, no matter how intricate, employ one of these basic weaves in their composition
weave
interlace by or as it by weaving
weave
(see grapevine)
weave
A particular weave is the way in which the threads are arranged in a cloth or carpet. Fabrics with a close weave are ideal for painting
weave
A particular method or pattern of weaving; as, the cassimere weave
weave
To make cloth by interlacing strands of thread or yarn on a loom or other machine
weave
create a piece of cloth by interlacing strands of fabric, such as wool or cotton; "tissue textiles"
weave
The configuration of threads running perpendicular to one another A plain weave places weft thread over the warp thread in sequence, then reverses for the next row of threads
weave
The pattern by which a fabric is formed from interlacing yarns In plain weave, the warp and fill fibers alternate to make both fabric faces identical; in satin weave, the pattern produces a satin appearance, with the warp tow over several fill tows and under the next one (for example, eight-harness satin would have warp tow over seven fill tows and under the eighth)
weave
To become woven or interwoven
weave
If you weave your way somewhere, you move between and around things as you go there. The cars then weaved in and out of traffic at top speed He weaves his way through a crowd
weave
If you weave cloth or a carpet, you make it by crossing threads over and under each other using a frame or machine called a loom. They would spin and weave cloth, cook and attend to the domestic side of life In one room, young mothers weave while babies doze in their laps. + woven wo·ven woven cotton fabrics. + weaving weav·ing When I studied weaving, I became intrigued with natural dyes
weave
To practice weaving; to work with a loom
weave
"Oscillation" - Uneven wrap in coiling and lateral travel during winding Improper alignment of rolls over which the metal passes before rewinding and insufficient rewind tension are typical causes
weave
To form, as cloth, by interlacing threads; to compose, as a texture of any kind, by putting together textile materials; as, to weave broadcloth; to weave a carpet; hence, to form into a fabric; to compose; to fabricate; as, to weave the plot of a story
weave
to move or cause to move in a sinuous, spiral, or circular course; "the river winds through the hills"; "the path meanders through the vineyards"; "sometimes, the gout wanders through the entire body
weave
The method or pattern produced by interlancing yarns in weaving
weave
If you weave details into a story or design, you include them, so that they are closely linked together or become an important part of the story or design. She weaves imaginative elements into her poems Bragg weaves together the histories of his main characters. the way in which a material is woven, and the pattern formed by this
weave
hence, to unite by close connection or intermixture; to unite intimately
weave
{i} pattern or texture in which a cloth is woven
weave
The form weaved is used for the past tense and past participle for meaning 4
weave
Two systems of threads interlacing with one another at right angles
weave
{f} knit, interlace; wind (between obstacles); be knit, be interlaced; embroider
weave
pattern of weaving or structure of a fabric
weave
If you weave something such as a basket, you make it by crossing long plant stems or fibres over and under each other. Jenny weaves baskets from willow she grows herself. + woven wo·ven The floors are covered with woven straw mats
weave
Eszdh
weaving

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    wivîng

    Telaffuz

    /ˈwēvəɴɢ/ /ˈwiːvɪŋ/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'wEv ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English weven, from Old English wefan; akin to Old High German weban to weave, Greek hyphainein to weave, hyphos web.

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