spin (verb transitive and intransitive) Twist together the strands of hemp, silk, wool, etc.., form a thread. Unroll: spin a rope. Follow someone without their knowledge. Unfold, unravel. [Figuratively] To go very fast. Filer meek to submit without a murmur. [March] Filer twenty knots: nautical go twenty miles an hour. Homonyms – paronyms: yarn (yarn). net (écoulement. Sac. Piece of meat). filler (crushed rock and mixed with asphalt). fillér (Hungarian currency).
Transformer wire. make a / the son.
Make thread weaving from QQC.
A long time ago.
The good old days.
Get into trouble, being in a disturbing situation (in terms of health, career, reputation, etc.)..
Experiencing a continuous and prolonged mutual love.
Being close to death.
Produce (a thread).
Stretch (a metal) to die.
Gainer (a gut string) of a wire.
Draw, paint a net. draw a line.
Slowly discover the cards.
Retract a card and give another one that was drawn.
Release, unwind smoothly.
Have a speed of 2, 3, n nodes.
Pouring oil on the waves of violence to mitigate their impact against the ship’s hull.
Extend the implementation of a sound by varying its intensity.
Develop long and skillfully.
Rehearsing a play in full and at once.
Follow someone by watching quietly.
Pour slowly into a thin continuous stream.
Stretch yarn (s).
Fit right in smoking.
Take place regularly.
Move very quickly.
Leave a luminous trail.
Escape by flying or running, straight ahead in a straight line.
Withdraw (and surreptitiously) quickly to avoid someone or something.
Escape at the last moment, just before being caught.
Disappear quickly be consumed or dissipated.
Be spent quickly.
,, Go away, one after another “ (Acts.
Where is spun hemp.
,, Quality of what is spun: how the fabric is spun “ (Acts).
Stripes of a fabric formed by the son of a different color.