Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Thread"

The meaning of "Thread" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "No thread on it" mean?
A: I think they meant there is "no tread on it." Which is referring to the grooves on the tire.
Q: What does "thread the needle" mean?
A: To thread a needle is to put the thread through the eye of a needle.
Q: What does I'm hanging on my thread here. mean?
A: @Izumihappy The idiom is actually "hanging by a thread", and is used to indicate a feeling of anxiety associated with an impending event.
Q: What does thread mean?
A: Thread is used in making clothes and other textile products but on Twitter it can be used for a long list or tweets that are connected by replies
Q: What does a thread (use in twitter) mean?
A: A series of comments/tweets and replies.

Example sentences using "Thread"

Q: Please show me example sentences with thread (a very thin fiber).
A: Sometimes you will see the metaphor "He is hanging on by a thread". It means "He is close to failing" or "He is close to losing". The metaphor comes from the idea that someone is close to falling (maybe off a cliff or something), but they are holding on to a small, thin thread, and that is the only reason they did not fall yet.
Q: Please show me example sentences with hang by a thread.
A: My job is hanging by a thread. My personal life is hanging by a thread.
Q: Please show me example sentences with thread.
A: I cannot see my button on coat because I do not have any thread. Can you put the thread through the needle please?
Q: Please show me example sentences with thread of logic.
A: "The students tried to follow the thread of logic as the teacher explained a difficult proof."
Q: Please show me example sentences with thread on.
A: "I carefully put the thread on the needle."

Synonyms of "Thread" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between thread and string ?
A: @angelfalquerabao Could you show me images of strings so that I can make I know what your talking about?
Q: What is the difference between thread and yarn and string ?
A: @vanessa_t Thx
Q: What is the difference between thread and yarn ?
A: Thread: used for sewing (so-ing), embroidery. Very thin.
Q: What is the difference between thread and yarn ?
A: thread is used in sewing fabrics together, while yarn is much thicker and is often used for crocheting.
Q: What is the difference between thread and string ?
A: There is no difference

Translations of "Thread"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? thread
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? thread
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Onomatopoeia/ Sound when a thread was cut
A: Snip snip, which is a general sound for cutting. Like cutting hair There isn't a lot of onomatopoeias in the English language & there for general/non-specific actions. Japanese has way more, in comparison

Other questions about "Thread"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce thread.
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Q: what does if I were you I wouldn't pull that thread
A: "Pull that thread" means to do or start something that will cause many unforeseen problems. Another way of saying the same thing is: If I were you I wouldn't open that can of worms or If I were you I wouldn't open that Pandora's box.
Q: I saw a thread on Twitter that people were criticizing this newspaper for using the term "snowflake" to label 9 year old kids. What's the meaning of this term? Is it a negative meaning?
A: Snowflake is a negative term used to describe people (usually younger) who are perceived as expecting everything to be given to them without them working for it themselves, i.e. jobs, money, houses, cars, etc its also used to describe people who think they're overly special, unique, or exciting, who generally complain when they're uniqueness isnt the topic of conversation The reason it's considered negative, especially when used to describe 9 year olds, is that many times this is the culture the child grew up in, so it isnt fair to label them because its they're nature by now.
Q: ドライバーでネジを締めて下さい。 Please, the thread is fixed with a screwdriver. does this sound natural?
A: Please tighten the screw with a screwdriver" sounds more natural :)
Q: What is she doing? She is putting a thread through the hole of the needle. She is going to put a button on my shirt with it. does this sound natural?
A: Putting a thread through the hole of the needle is better described as "threading the needle". Put a button my shirt with it is better described as "she is going to sew a button on my shirt". You don't have to say that she's going to see a button with the threaded needle, as it's implied. I would have said "She's threading a needle to sew a button on my shirt." Hope this helps!

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