thread

thread
I [θred]
nome
1) sart. filo m.

to be hanging by a thread — essere appeso a un filo (anche fig.)

2) fig. (of argument, story) filo m.

common thread — punto comune

to pull all the threads together — annodare le fila

to pick up the threads of — ricominciare [career, life]

3) tecn. (of screw) filetto m.
II 1. [θred]
verbo transitivo
1) infilare [bead, needle]; mettere, introdurre [film, tape]
2) tecn. filettare [screw]
3) fig. (move)

to thread one's way through — infilarsi tra [obstacles]

2.
verbo intransitivo [film, tape] passare, scorrere
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[Ɵred] 1. noun
1) (a thin strand of cotton, wool, silk etc, especially when used for sewing: a needle and some thread.) filo
2) (the spiral ridge around a screw: This screw has a worn thread.) filettatura
3) (the connection between the various events or details (in a story, account etc): I've lost the thread of what he's saying.) filo
2. verb
1) (to pass a thread through: I cannot thread this needle; The child was threading beads.) infilare, infilarsi
2) (to make (one's way) through: She threaded her way through the crowd.) infilarsi, intrufolarsi
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[θrɛd]
1. n
1) filo

cotton/nylon thread — filo di cotone/di nailon

to hang by a thread fig — essere appeso a un filo

to lose the thread (of what one is saying) — perdere il filo (del discorso)

to pick up the thread again fig — riprendere il filo

2) (of screw) filettatura, filetto
2. vt
(needle, beads) infilare

to thread one's way through a crowd — infilarsi or farsi largo tra una folla

to thread one's way between — infilarsi tra

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thread /ɵrɛd/
n.
1 [uc] filo (anche fig.); refe; spago: a reel of cotton thread, un rocchetto di filo di cotone; sewing thread, filato cucirino; gold thread, filo d'oro; His life hangs by a thread, la sua vita è sospesa a un filo; a thread of light, un filo di luce; to lose the thread (of one's discourse), perdere il filo (del discorso); to pick up (o to resume) the threads of a story, riprendere il filo di un racconto; shoe thread, spago per calzolaio
2 [uc] (ind. tess.) filo: thread counter, contafili
3 (fis.) filetto fluido: water thread, filetto fluido dell'acqua
4 (mecc.: di vite) filetto; filettatura; impanatura
5 (geol.) vena fine; filo
6 (Internet) thread (argomento di discussione di un forum o di un newsgroup)
7 (comput.) thread (parte dell'esecuzione di un processo)
8 (pl.) (slang) vestiti; stracci (pop.): to wear nice threads, essere vestito all'ultima moda
● (mecc.) thread cutter, fresa per filettare □ (mecc.) thread gauge, calibro per filetti □ (ind. tess.) thread guide, guidafilo □ thread-lace, merletto di filo □ thread mark, filigrana (dei biglietti di banca) □ (mecc.) thread miller, fresatrice per filetti □ (fig.) the thread of life, la trama della vita □ (ind. tess.) thread waste, cascame di filatura; filetto □ (fig.) to gather up the threads, raccogliere (o trarre) le fila del discorso; concludere □ a length of thread, una gugliata □ (fig.) not to have a dry thread on one, essere bagnato fradicio □ (di abito) to be worn to a thread, mostrare la trama; essere logoro.
(to) thread /ɵrɛd/
A v. t.
1 infilare; infilzare: to thread a needle, infilare un ago; to thread beads, infilare perline
2 fare (qc.) infilando: to thread a chain, fare una catena infilando le maglie una entro l'altra
3 (di solito to thread one's way through) ficcarsi in; infilarsi in; intrufolarsi in; farsi largo fra: We threaded our way through the crowd, ci siamo infilati tra la folla
4 striare (i capelli, ecc.): His hair is threaded with white, i suoi capelli sono striati di bianco (o ha dei fili bianchi nei capelli)
5 (fig.) pervadere: A note of despair threaded the story, una nota di disperazione pervadeva il racconto
6 (fotogr., cinem.) caricare (una pellicola)
7 (mecc.) filettare (una vite, ecc.)
8 percorrere (un itinerario tortuoso)
B v. i.
1 (di solito to thread through) infilarsi in; farsi strada fra: to thread through narrow passages, infilarsi in stretti passaggi
2 (di sciroppo che bolle, ecc.) fare il filo.
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I [θred]
nome
1) sart. filo m.

to be hanging by a thread — essere appeso a un filo (anche fig.)

2) fig. (of argument, story) filo m.

common thread — punto comune

to pull all the threads together — annodare le fila

to pick up the threads of — ricominciare [career, life]

3) tecn. (of screw) filetto m.
II 1. [θred]
verbo transitivo
1) infilare [bead, needle]; mettere, introdurre [film, tape]
2) tecn. filettare [screw]
3) fig. (move)

to thread one's way through — infilarsi tra [obstacles]

2.
verbo intransitivo [film, tape] passare, scorrere

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