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

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

Oxford dictionary definition of the word weave:

verb (past wove /wəʊv/; past participle woven /ˈwəʊv(ə)n/ or wove)
[with object]
1form (fabric or a fabric item) by interlacing long threads passing in one direction with others at a right angle to them:
textiles woven from linen or wool
(as noun weaving)
cotton spinning and weaving was done in mills
(as adjective woven)
woven shawls
interlace (threads) so as to form fabric:
some thick mohairs can be difficult to weave
2make (a complex story or pattern) from a number of interconnected elements:
he weaves colourful, cinematic plots
(weave something into) include an element in (such a story or pattern):
interpretative comments are woven into the narrative
noun
1 [usually with adjective] a particular style or manner in which something is woven:
cloth of a very fine weave
2a hairstyle created by weaving pieces of real or artificial hair into a person’s existing hair, typically in order to increase its length or thickness:
trailers show him with dyed blond hair and, in one scene, a flowing blond weave
Origin:
Old English wefan, of Germanic origin, from an Indo-European root shared by Greek huphē ‘web’ and Sanskrit ūrṇavābhi ‘spider’, literally ‘wool-weaver’. The current noun sense dates from the late 19th century