Meaning of WEAVE in English

WEAVE

verb

ADVERB

▪ carefully , skilfully/skillfully ( often figurative )

Hall skilfully/skillfully ~s the historical research into a gripping narrative.

▪ seamlessly ( often figurative )

The author seamlessly ~s together the stories of three people's lives.

▪ inextricably , intricately ( both figurative )

Comedy and tragedy are inextricably woven into her fiction.

▪ together

The threads are woven together.

PREPOSITION

▪ from

a basket woven from strips of willow

▪ into

A pattern is woven into the fabric.

Weave is used with these nouns as the object: ↑ basket , ↑ carpet , ↑ cloth , ↑ fabric , ↑ fantasy , ↑ magic , ↑ narrative , ↑ pattern , ↑ rug , ↑ silk , ↑ spell , ↑ strand , ↑ tale , ↑ thread , ↑ way , ↑ web , ↑ yarn

Oxford Collocations English Dictionary.      Оксфордский английский словарь словосочетаний .