Word: spindles

Category: spindles

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Related words: spindles

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Synonyms: spindles

rod, axle, pivot, pin, capstan, axis, spike, mandrel, mandril, arbor

Translations: spindles

spanish
husillos, husos, ejes, husillos de, cabezales


german
spindeln

french
broches, axes, fuseaux, des broches, les broches

italian
mandrini, fusi, mandrino, i mandrini, alberini

portuguese
fusos, eixos, fusos de, mandris

dutch
spindels, spillen, assen, spoelen

russian
шпинделей, шпиндели, шпинделя, веретена, веретен

norwegian
spindler, spindlene, spindelen

swedish
spindlar, spindlarna, spindel

finnish
karat, karan, karojen, karoja, karaa

danish
spindler, spindlerne, spindel

czech
vřetena, vřeten, vřeteno, vřetene, vřeteny

polish
wrzeciona, wrzecion, wrzeciono, trzpienie, trzpienie obrotowe

hungarian
orsók, orsó, főorsó, orsót, orsókat

turkish
iğ, milleri, miller, iğler, iğleri

greek
ατράκτους, άξονες, άτρακτοι, ατράκτων, αδράχτια

ukrainian
шпинделів, шпінделів

bulgarian
вретена, шпиндели, шпиндела, шпинделите

belarusian
шпіндзеляў

estonian
spindlid, kaldvõllid, spindlitena, spindleid

croatian
vretena, skokovi

icelandic
skruespindlene, Spindles

lithuanian
verpstės, sukliai, velenai, velenų

latvian
vārpstas, vārpstiņas, vārpstiņām, vārpstām

macedonian
вретена, вретенести, вретено, вретена на, шпиндела

romanian
axe, arbori, fuse, fusuri, arbori principali

slovenian
vretena, vretenih, vretena ventila, vreten

slovak
vretena, vretená, vreteno

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The meaning and "use of": spindles

noun
  • a slender rounded rod with tapered ends used in hand spinning to twist and wind thread from a mass of wool or flax held on a distaff.
  • a rod or pin serving as an axis that revolves or on which something revolves.
  • a slender mass of microtubules formed when a cell divides. At metaphase, the chromosomes become attached to it by their centromeres before being pulled toward its ends.
  • a shrub or small tree with slender toothed leaves and pink capsules containing bright orange seeds. The hard timber was formerly used for making spindles.

verb
  • impale (a piece of paper) on a metal spindle for temporary filing purposes.

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