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Thread: thread

    • Join Date: Jan 2007
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    We say `thread' in forum's site.

    Could you explain, what this meam exactly?

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    Re: thread

    You have started a new "thread" with this query - the answers to it form the whole thread. It is a category of no. 4 below

    noun 1 a long, thin strand of cotton, nylon, or other fibres used in sewing or weaving.
    2 a long thin line or piece of something.
    (also screw thread) a spiral ridge on the outside of a screw, bolt, etc. or on the inside of a cylindrical hole, to allow two parts to be screwed together.
    a theme or characteristic running throughout a situation or piece of writing

    verb 1 pass a thread through.
    move or weave in and out of obstacles.
    threaded (of a hole, screw, etc) having a screw thread

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