1. (fabric) 
a. el tejido (M) 
This is a breathable cotton weave that is ideal for hot climates.Este es un tejido de algodón transpirable ideal para climas calurosos.
transitive verb
2. (to entwine) 
a. tejer 
The women were weaving baskets in front of their house.Las mujeres tejían cestas delante de su casa.
b. entrelazar 
We could weave these reeds together to form a makeshift shelter.Podríamos entrelazar estas cañas para formar un refugio improvisado.
c. entretejer 
Laura patched my ripped jeans weaving a colorful thread into the fabric.Laura me emparchó los jeans rotos entretejiendo un hilo de colores en la tela.
3. (to combine into a whole) 
a. urdir 
I like mystery writers who can weave a complex plot.Me gustan los escritores de misterio que saben urdir una trama compleja.
4. (to intersperse) 
a. intercalar 
Mr. Green would weave anecdotes throughout his lectures.El señor Green solía intercalar anécdotas en sus clases.
intransitive verb
5. (to knit) 
a. tejer 
I'm going to a class tonight to learn how to weave.Voy a una clase esta noche para aprender a tejer.
6. (to zigzag) 
a. zigzaguear 
I weaved through the crowd, desperately searching for my son.Zigzagueé entre la multitud, buscando desesperadamente a mi hijo.
b. serpentear 
The Amazon weaves across the continent from the Andes to the Atlantic.El Amazonas serpentea por el continente desde los Andes hasta el Atlántico.
1. (pattern) 
a. el tejido (M) 
transitive verb
2. (general) 
a. tejer 
3. (fig) 
a skillfully woven plotuna trama muy bien urdida
intransitive verb
4. (general) 
a. tejer 
5. (fig) 
to weave through the trafficavanzar zigzagueando entre el tráfico
weave [wiːv] wove (past)woven (participle:past)
tejido (m)
transitive verb
1 [+fabric, basket] tejer
2 [+story] urdir
she had worked her magic and woven her spell with cynical amusement As his music weaves its spell, watch for the images
he wove a story round these experiences urdió una historia con estas experiencias; he wove these details into the story entretejó or intercaló estos detalles en el cuento
they wove a web of deception around their activities
3 weaved wove weaved woven (zigzag)
to weave one's way through the crowd abrirse paso entre la multitud; he weaved or wove his way to the bathroom fue hasta el baño haciendo eses
intransitive verb
1 tejer
2 weaved (past) (move in and out) zigzaguear
Sanducci noticed that he was weaving as he walked. Drunken son-of-a-bitch
he weaves from side to side, trying to dodge his opponent va zigzagueando or se mueve de lado a lado intentando esquivar a su rival; the motorbike was weaving in and out of the traffic la motocicleta zigzagueaba or se abría paso entre los coches; the road weaves about a lot el camino tiene muchas curvas; el camino serpentea mucho (literary)
to get weaving poner manos a la obra
let's get weaving! ¡pongamos manos a la obra!
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