(length of) spun cotton, wool, silk, etc.; thin strand of nylon, etc.
line of thought connecting parts of a story, etc.
… pass needle, thread, string, etc. through (sth)
pass (film, tape, etc.) through sth and into the required position for use
"a mere ribbon of land"
"the lighted ribbon of traffic"
"from the air the road was a grey thread"
"a thread of smoke climbed upward"
"I couldn't follow his train of thought"
"he lost the thread of his argument"
"the river winds through the hills"
"the path meanders through the vineyards"
"sometimes, the gout wanders through the entire body"
"thread a needle"
"She had her eyebrows threaded"
"string pearls on a string"
"the child drew glass beads on a string"
"thread dried cranberries"
From these little Threads..such strong Cables are form'd.
出自： R. Welton
Glass may be spun into very long..threads.
出自： G. R. Porter
She..began threading a needle.
出自： M. Forster
She..threaded the cowslip into my buttonhole.
She threaded the film into a projector.
He threaded several causal ideas into a charming essay.
She was threading pearls on a string to make a necklace.
金属丝穿过许多小环。 thread sth through sth
This wool is too thick for me to thread it through the eye of this fine needle.
对我来说,这毛线太粗了,我没法把它穿过这么小的针眼。 thread through sth
They had to thread through the narrow passages.
We were able to thread but slowly through the intricate reports.
我们弄懂了这些复杂的报告,只是很慢。 thread one's way through sth
Threading my way through the crowd,I soon reached the front.
We got there quicker by threading our way through the back streets.
I should be able to thread my way through the difficulties facing me in my new job.
Mr. White threaded his way through the legal entanglements.