1.Mr Weaver and his family have been persecuted by the authorities for their beliefs
2.Poison from the weaver fish causes paralysis, swelling, and nausea
3.Born in 1860, the son of a weaver, Barrie was created a baronet in 1913.
4.Light and shade come in swift alternation; Days and months flash by as quickly as a weaver's shuttle.; Light travels like an arrow, and time like a shuttle.
5.When I was born my father was a well-to-do master weaver in Scotland.
1.The old woman was weaving on her loom.
1.The spider weaves a web.
2.He wove some branches together to form a roof.
3.He wove a fascinating tale of knights in shining armor.
weave from( v.+prep. )
用…织make (cloth) from (threads)
weave into( v.+prep. )
把…编撰成…make (material) into (a story or other writing)The author wove three plots into one story.作者把三个情节编成一个故事。
weave through( v.+prep. )
在…中穿行drive in and out of other vehicles to make one's way through (traffic)
weave a basket 编篮子
weave a story 编一个故事
weave from 用…织
weave into 把…织成
weave through 在…中穿行
1.Even if I am on vacation in the mountains, I am eating food someone else has grown, living in a house someone else has built, wearing clothes someone else has sewn from cloth woven by others, using electricity someone else is distributing to my house.
2.Even if I am on vacation in the mountains, I am eating food someone else has grown, living in a house someone else has built, wearing clothes someone else has sewn from cloth woven by others, using electricity someone else is distributing to my house.