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Pronunciation of Knit: Learn how to pronounce Knit in English correctly

Learn how to say Knit correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word knit:

verb (knits, knitting; past and past participle knitted or (especially in sense 2) knit)
1 [with object] make (a garment or other item) by interlocking loops of wool or other yarn with knitting needles or on a machine:
she was knitting a sweater
make (a stitch or row of stitches) by interlocking loops of wool:
cast on and knit a few rows
make (a plain stitch) in knitting:
knit one, purl one
2unite or cause to unite:
[no object]:
disparate regions had begun to knit together under the king
[with object]:
the experience knitted the men together
(as adjective, with submodifier knit)
a closely knit family
[with object] (of parts of a broken bone) become joined.
3 [with object] tighten (one’s eyebrows) in a frown of concentration, disapproval, or anxiety:
Marcus knitted his brows
noun
(knits)
knitted garments.
Derivatives

knitter
noun
Origin:

Old English cnyttan, of West Germanic origin; related to German dialect kn├╝tten, also to knot1. The original sense was ‘tie in or with a knot’, hence ‘join, unite’ (sense 2 of the verb); an obsolete Middle English sense ‘knot string to make a net’ gave rise to sense 1 of the verb