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Definitions of thread:

part of speech: verb transitive

To pass something through the eye of, as a needle; to string, as beads; to pass through; as, to thread a narrow street; to make ( one's way) with difficulty.

part of speech: verb transitive

To pass a thread through the eye of ( as a needle): to pass or pierce through, as a narrow way.

part of speech: noun

A very thin line or cord of flax, cotton, silk, or other fiberlike substance twisted and drawn out; a filament or fiber; something running through and connecting the parts of anything; as, the thread of a story; the spiral ridge of a screw.

part of speech: noun

A thin string or line formed of any fibrous substance twisted together; any fine filament or line; the prominent spiral part of a screw; something continued in a course or tenor, as a discourse.

part of speech: verb

To pass a thread through, as the eye of a needle; to pass or pierce through, as a narrow or intricate way.

part of speech: noun

A very thin line of any substance twisted and drawn out: a filament of any fibrous substance: a fine line of yarn: anything resembling a thread: the prominent spiral part of a screw: something continued in long course: the uniform tenor of a discourse.

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