نسج, تمايل, حاك, حبك, رسم, فرع, شق طريقه, إتخذ سبيلا متمعجا, ترنح, تذبذبطريقة النسج
Noun(1) pattern of weaving or structure of a fabric
Verb(1) interlace by or as if by weaving(2) create a piece of cloth by interlacing strands of fabric, such as wool or cotton(3) sway from side to side(4) to move or cause to move in a sinuous, spiral, or circular course
(1) Brocade is a jacquard weave with an embossed effect and contrasting surfaces.(2) some thick mohairs can be difficult to weave(3) The orange and white striped jet fighters would weave in and out of formations with skill akin to that of ballet dancers.(4) It is in that episode that the larger implications of Schreiner's intricate weave of fiction and autobiography become apparent.(5) trailers show him with dyed blond hair and, in one scene, a flowing blond weave(6) To minimize staining and wear and tear, Carmichael chooses cottons with a tight weave and a pattern.(7) When the hairstylists showed up to do all the girls' hair they removed her weave and left her hair in this afro-ish, puffy look.(8) cloth of a very fine weave(9) he had to weave his way through the crowds(10) We have tried to create textures that would give a look of the beautiful weave used in Central Asian carpets.(11) Call me lazy, but I don't really want to grow my own cotton, spin my own thread, weave my own cloth, and sew a shirt out of it.(12) The cabbie often harbours the misconception that he is a racing driver and your heart will be in your mouth as you see him weave and twist in the traffic.(13) Look for wool or acrylic knit hats with a tight, thick weave .(14) Spaces recurring at regular intervals but shifting to the right on each subsequent line create an intricate, jacquardlike weave .(15) The screen was woollen, an open weave to let the sound through from behind, with darned patches, brighter than the yellowed screen.(16) Craftspeople spin cotton fabrics and weave strips of cloth that are sewn together to make durable garments.
(1) to weave :: لنسج
1. entwine ::
2. invent ::
3. thread ::
4. waver ::
5. interweave ::
6. tissue ::
7. wind ::
Different Formsweave, weaved, weaves, weaving
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